How about this INCREDIBLY useful error...?!
(Not actually an ADESK error, but one from Microsoft, yet as useless as they come...)
I just wonder how the casual user should know whether to select "Reinstall using recommended settings" or "This program installed correctly". As an experienced user that has tried both options under many circumstances, I STILL can't tell the difference. All I know is that I better select "This program installed correctly", or the installer will run AGAIN, and my computer will remain unusable for some reason completely unknown to me. So why this...? What purpose does it serve...?
Here is a new favorite of mine........
A lot of times I get errors like the EREGEN one when I'm trying to create a hatch using the pick point method. I've found that if you just draw a closed polyline and select it that hatches work much better and won't crash the program.
Would it be incorrect to assume that EREGEN is short for Error Regen. In addition to pick point the error also comes up with grip editing hatches. I agree that Autocad has problems resolving complex closed boundaries.
Also, you would think that spell check on the Autodesk discussion board wouldn't flag "Autocad" as misspelled.