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koepkej
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Raster Design 2013 Crashes

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07-20-2012 09:08 AM

I just loaded Civil 3D and Raster 2013. All seemed fine until I tried to use Raster Insert to insert a georeferenced quad, also tried other images. If I try to transform an image to my present coordinate system based on True (pixel by pixel) or 4 point rubbersheet AutoCAD crashes. No error message is displayed just a freeze. Once you check in Task Manager acad.exe is not responding but the memory usage continually increases until you hit the max and the computer crashes. I have tried to fix both programs and I have also reinstalled both programs. Just for extra information this has been tried on two separate computers with the same outcome. I am running as a stand-alone non-networked AutoCAD. I can insert an image with no transformation or by using the 3 point affine transformation. The 3 point affine may work for now but it does not allow the image to be manipulated. Anyone else having this problem or have any possible solutions.

 

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Jim K

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pcchenard
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Re: Raster Design 2013 Crashes

06-04-2013 08:36 AM in reply to: koepkej

I have had this problem with the last few versions and it still does it in 2014.

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rkmcswain
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Re: Raster Design 2013 Crashes

09-20-2013 05:46 AM in reply to: koepkej

koepkej wrote:

.....If I try to transform an image to my present coordinate system based on True (pixel by pixel) or 4 point rubbersheet AutoCAD crashes. No error message is displayed just a freeze. 


You say "crashes", then you say "just a freeze". 

I have not had it crash (meaning the program closed on its own), but I have seen it freeze (requiring a manual shutdown) 100% of the time with "True" or "4-point". Never had either of those work.

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