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AutoCAD 2004 on NT 4.0

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05-16-2003 12:10 AM
I have an AutoCAD 2004 set up for network distribution. Users with Win2K don't seem to have any problems, but I had an NT 4.0 user install it and when he runs AutoCAD, then opens and closes a file and exits AutoCAD, he gets an error message that an instruction was referenced but the memory could not be read. Our distributor wasn't able to duplicate the problem, but when I cleaned up an old NT 4.0 box I have and got AutoCAD 2004 installed, it also got the error message.
Has anyone else seen this?
Thanks,
JP
*Shuster, Cy
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Re: AutoCAD 2004 on NT 4.0

05-16-2003 01:15 AM in reply to: JPM
Here are the system requirements:

http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/index?siteID=123112&id=2497958

Note that for NT4, SP6a is required.

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I have an AutoCAD 2004 set up for network distribution. Users with Win2K
don't seem to have any problems, but I had an NT 4.0 user install it and
when he runs AutoCAD, then opens and closes a file and exits AutoCAD, he
gets an error message that an instruction was referenced but the memory
could not be read. Our distributor wasn't able to duplicate the problem, but
when I cleaned up an old NT 4.0 box I have and got AutoCAD 2004 installed,
it also got the error message.
Has anyone else seen this?
Thanks,
JP
Valued Contributor JPM
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JPM
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Registered: ‎12-10-2003
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05-16-2003 04:58 AM in reply to: JPM
Thanks, Cy,
That was worth a look, but SP6a is installed and there doesn't seem to be any other short coming.
JP
*milana, jerry
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05-16-2003 07:19 AM in reply to: JPM
JP,

 

I assume that the error appears in its own dialog
box.  Please advise us of the exact error message and the title on the
dialog box.  Also check the event viewer. 

 

I would try reapplying the service pack to these
systems and make sure that you are using the latest driver versions for video,
network adapters, etc.  Remember to reapply the service pack after
installing updated drivers.


--
Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Professional
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Thanks,
Cy,
That was worth a look, but SP6a is installed and there doesn't seem to
be any other short coming.
JP

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