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*Cravero, Pierpaolo
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Any news about C-Dilla of AutoCAd 2000i crashing networks?

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01-30-2001 07:12 PM
Does anybody have news about the problem described in my previous message?

Thank you very much.

Pierpaolo Cravero.

infosoft@italiasoft.it

> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Pierpaolo Cravero"
> Newsgroups: autodesk.autocad.2000general
> Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2001 5:10 PM
> Subject: C-Dilla of AutoCAD 2000i crashes peer to peer networks
> !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>
>
> > I have installed a little peer to peer network like this:
> >
> > 1 computer running Windows 2000 sp1, Mechanical Desktop 5 sp2 and
Inventor
> 3
> >
> > 1 computer running Windows 98 Second Edition and AutoCAD Mechanical
2000i
> > sp2
> >
> > 1 computer running Windows 95 and AutoCAD LT 97
> >
> > The problem is this:
> >
> > The network works well but when I launch any application (Word, Excel,
> > AutoCAD) on one computer and try to open a file located on a machine
that
> is
> > running a C-Dilla based application I receive the message: "The
requested
> > file is no more present or the network connection is no more
disposable",
> > then the 2 computers crash and I have to reboot both systems.
> >
> > Nothing of this happens if I open a file that is located on a machine
> that
> > is not running any C-Dilla based application.
> >
> > Does anyone knows more about this very serious problem ?
> >
> > Thank you and sorry for my english.
> >
> > Pierpaolo Cravero.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
>
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adamr
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Registered: ‎04-11-2001
Message 2 of 4 (168 Views)

Re: Any news about C-Dilla of AutoCAd 2000i crashing networks?

04-11-2001 11:18 PM in reply to: *Cravero, Pierpaolo
I also have the same problem. Is there a fix available yet ?
*jpinheiro
Message 3 of 4 (168 Views)

Re: Any news about C-Dilla of AutoCAd 2000i crashing networks?

06-04-2001 08:24 PM in reply to: *Cravero, Pierpaolo
Hi,
maybe your problem is already solved, however here's one solution for
that problem:
update the License Managment System to version 3.23 -
http://support01.autodesk.com/knowledgebase/html/401043.htm

To confirm the version installed in your machine do the following
steps:
1) From the Start menu, select Run
2) Type cdilla64 and click OK. If nothing happens, repeat the steps to
view the version and status information.
3) Here you can confirm the version.
3) Select Exit when finished.


Regards,
Jorge Pinheiro


On Wed, 31 Jan 2001 03:12:45 -0700, "Pierpaolo Cravero"
wrote:

>


>Does anybody have news about the problem described in my previous message?

>


> Thank you very much.

>


> Pierpaolo Cravero.

>


>infosoft@italiasoft.it

>


>> ----- Original Message -----

>> From: "Pierpaolo Cravero" <infosoft@italiasoft.it>

>> Newsgroups: autodesk.autocad.2000general

>> Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2001 5:10 PM

>> Subject: C-Dilla of AutoCAD 2000i crashes peer to peer networks

>> !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

>>

>>

>> > I have installed a little peer to peer network like this:

>> >

>> > 1 computer running Windows 2000 sp1, Mechanical Desktop 5 sp2 and

>Inventor

>> 3

>> >

>> > 1 computer running Windows 98 Second Edition and AutoCAD Mechanical

>2000i

>> > sp2

>> >

>> > 1 computer running Windows 95 and AutoCAD LT 97

>> >

>> > The problem is this:

>> >

>> > The network works well but when I launch any application (Word, Excel,

>> > AutoCAD) on one computer and try to open a file located on a machine

>that

>> is

>> > running a C-Dilla based application I receive the message: "The

>requested

>> > file is no more present or the network connection is no more

>disposable",

>> > then the 2 computers crash and I have to reboot both systems.

>> >

>> > Nothing of this happens if I open a file that is located on a machine

>> that

>> > is not running any C-Dilla based application.

>> >

>> > Does anyone knows more about this very serious problem ?

>> >

>> > Thank you and sorry for my english.

>> >

>> > Pierpaolo Cravero.

>> >

>> >

>> >

>> >

>> >

>>

>>

>

*Cravero, ITALIA Software S.a.s. - Pierp
Message 4 of 4 (168 Views)

Re:

06-12-2001 12:37 AM in reply to: *Cravero, Pierpaolo
Thanks. The update of C-Dilla resolved my problem.

--
Pierpaolo Cravero

ITALIA Software S.a.s.
Via Gaiole - Rinaldi, 2/ter
Frazione Ricca
12055 DIANO d'ALBA (CN)

tel 0173 612578
fax 0173 612579

www.italiasoft.it
infosoft@italiasoft.it
ha scritto nel messaggio
news:7bgphtoka3jvt05tv8vqt5qbbau3nmj6v4@4ax.com...
> Hi,
> maybe your problem is already solved, however here's one solution for
> that problem:
> update the License Managment System to version 3.23 -
> http://support01.autodesk.com/knowledgebase/html/401043.htm
>
> To confirm the version installed in your machine do the following
> steps:
> 1) From the Start menu, select Run
> 2) Type cdilla64 and click OK. If nothing happens, repeat the steps to
> view the version and status information.
> 3) Here you can confirm the version.
> 3) Select Exit when finished.
>
>
> Regards,
> Jorge Pinheiro
>
>
> On Wed, 31 Jan 2001 03:12:45 -0700, "Pierpaolo Cravero"
> wrote:
>
> >


> >Does anybody have news about the problem described in my previous
message?

> >


> > Thank you very much.

> >


> > Pierpaolo Cravero.

> >


> >infosoft@italiasoft.it

> >


> >> ----- Original Message -----

> >> From: "Pierpaolo Cravero" <infosoft@italiasoft.it>

> >> Newsgroups: autodesk.autocad.2000general

> >> Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2001 5:10 PM

> >> Subject: C-Dilla of AutoCAD 2000i crashes peer to peer networks

> >> !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

> >>

> >>

> >> > I have installed a little peer to peer network like this:

> >> >

> >> > 1 computer running Windows 2000 sp1, Mechanical Desktop 5 sp2
and

> >Inventor

> >> 3

> >> >

> >> > 1 computer running Windows 98 Second Edition and AutoCAD
Mechanical

> >2000i

> >> > sp2

> >> >

> >> > 1 computer running Windows 95 and AutoCAD LT 97

> >> >

> >> > The problem is this:

> >> >

> >> > The network works well but when I launch any application
(Word, Excel,

> >> > AutoCAD) on one computer and try to open a file located on a
machine

> >that

> >> is

> >> > running a C-Dilla based application I receive the message:
"The

> >requested

> >> > file is no more present or the network connection is no
more

> >disposable",

> >> > then the 2 computers crash and I have to reboot both
systems.

> >> >

> >> > Nothing of this happens if I open a file that is located on a
machine

> >> that

> >> > is not running any C-Dilla based application.

> >> >

> >> > Does anyone knows more about this very serious problem ?

> >> >

> >> > Thank you and sorry for my english.

> >> >

> >> > Pierpaolo Cravero.

> >> >

> >> >

> >> >

> >> >

> >> >

> >>

> >>

> >


>

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