FYI, the error reporting is sent to Autodesk: if there is no fix, you normally never see an option soon after the report is submitted (you see a generic message from autodesk). It's how that works: no fix-no suggestion.
SPs are available usually mid-summer based on historical release dates, unless you see a notification otherwise from inside LT (since you have CIP on, it may come up as the suggested fix). Autodesk does not pre-announce releases for anything sadly.
Explore this to find out more about why your program crashes, it may be something else going on:
Seriously, this is getting annoying. I am using AutoCAD LT 2014. It has started crashing almost every day. Different drawings, different commands - never the same. Please fix this whatever it is! I send a report to AutoDesk every time.
Mine stopped crashign but started 'Flickering' when having more than 1 drawing open.
Did a fix noted here - http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/AutoCAD-LT/AutoCAD-L
Renaming AecCore. file to something else fixed the flickering and had no crashes in several weeks.
We are having the same issue. We recently upgraded to AutoCAD LT 2014 and have fatal errors multiple times a day. Different drawings or varying sizes, doesn't seem to matter. Also experiencing significant lag time (including white drawing screen and hourglass) of 30-90+ seconds when switching between layout/model tabs or saving.
AMD A10-5800K APU w/ Radeon DH 7660D - 3.8GHz
AMD Radeon HD 7850 PCIe card - 1GHz w/ GDDR5 Memory
SSD - 15GB free (could/should be more, but don't see how this wouldn't be enough for any drawing file)
We are waiting for a SP 1 on ACAD 2014 / AutoCAD LT 2014 / etc ...
I agree that AutoCAD 2013 / AutoCAD LT 2013 + SP1 + SP2 is much more robust !
Did you try (on your Windows / AutoCAD LT 2014) to use the workaround about the file "aeccore.crx" ?
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