Autodesk 3D map closed in a worng way ,,and the next time i opend it had a proplem with filedia...i fixed it ,but now i cant see my drawing history ...what should i do to fix this ....any help?
what is a "drawing history"? If the UNDO-buffer is meant, then no, it always starts at 0 when you open a drawing. If it's anything else, then what?
- alfred -
oh, I understand now, thanx
But sorry to say when AutoCAD crashed while closing (so the closing process could not be finished in a normal way) AutoCAD had no chance to write some registry-content of the current session. So if you lost the history-list you won't get it back without doing a restore of your backup that also restores your registry content (if it's worth to do that?).
- alfred -
>> but only when i shut down the pc and open it again
Ask your admin, if you have server-based Windows-profiles. If you have them he should look if something is not backed up when you log-out (or restored when you login). There are also some directories in your Windows-user-folder that have links to your history-files, maybe that is a chance.
What's about the history filelist for MS-Word, MS-Excel, ... other applications?
Good luck, - alfred -
>> when the unsuccessful shutdown happen
So do I understand that correctly?
...is that right?
If so I would restart Map3D after it crashed before shutting down your pc.
- alfred -
kk lets start from the beginning :
here is the story:
I was in a harry and shut down my pc quickly ,the Autodesk was opened and gave me error...
The next day when i opened Autodesk ,,,and try to open the file dialog .the file directory didn't appear ,i look through the internet found 3 things to change them form 0 to 1. 1) the filedia...was 0 and restore it value to 1,and to more commands .can't find what they are file dialog worked fine and i could open and save filed correctly, and checked the recent opened file couldn't find my files . i thought because it crashes .
so what do u think?
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