Civil 3d 2011 or 2012
Quad Core Intel
Windows 7 x64
unload Civil 3D after starting Hydraflow, but I cannot remember if I checked
it that way. It sure seems awkward to do it in that manner.
Our problem with this is that we have several machines that the folks doing hydrology use that don't have the resources to open Civil3D - not licenses, but hardware specs, it kills their machines. Does anyone know of any workarounds, or ways to open an older version and use the newer hydraflow programs?