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*Guzy, Bill
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Problems with Win 98, ADT2 and Novell 5

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01-24-2000 08:01 AM
Is anyone having problems with Win 98, Novell 5 and ADT2?????
These errors occur when we are going to plot.

Fatal Error: Unhandled Access Violation Reading 0xffffffff Exception at
33981591h

Fatal Error: Unhandled Access Violation Reading 0xffffffff Exception at
659aa9e7h

We got these errors after opening and recovering a corrupt drawing:

The recover completely stops, the drawing freezes and i get stuck in a loop
which says

Arx Error: eNullObjectId
Error: Could not instantiate AecDict!

If anyone else is having problems such as these, please let me know. We are
trying to figure out just where our problem is at. We think it has
something to do with Novell, but we are not sure.

Thank you
Bill Guzy
Interior Planners
*Milana, Jerry
Message 2 of 3 (106 Views)

Re: Problems with Win 98, ADT2 and Novell 5

01-24-2000 04:12 PM in reply to: *Guzy, Bill
Bill,

I checked our data base and did not get any hits on these memory addresses.
Does this happen every time you try to plot? Does it happen to everybody? If
it done not happen all the time, have you noticed any pattern in the
occurrences? What plotting device(s) are you using and what is the version and
source of the driver(s).

Try plotting to a local file then "nprinting" it to the plotter. If that works,
try plotting to a file on a network path, then nprinting. These tests may help
you determine where the problem is coming from.

Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Product Support

Bill Guzy wrote:

> Is anyone having problems with Win 98, Novell 5 and ADT2?????
> These errors occur when we are going to plot.
>
> Fatal Error: Unhandled Access Violation Reading 0xffffffff Exception at
> 33981591h
>
> Fatal Error: Unhandled Access Violation Reading 0xffffffff Exception at
> 659aa9e7h
>
> We got these errors after opening and recovering a corrupt drawing:
>
> The recover completely stops, the drawing freezes and i get stuck in a loop
> which says
>
> Arx Error: eNullObjectId
> Error: Could not instantiate AecDict!
>
> If anyone else is having problems such as these, please let me know. We are
> trying to figure out just where our problem is at. We think it has
> something to do with Novell, but we are not sure.
>
> Thank you
> Bill Guzy
> Interior Planners
*Schroeder, Bud
Message 3 of 3 (106 Views)

Re: Problems with Win 98, ADT2 and Novell 5

01-25-2000 10:08 PM in reply to: *Guzy, Bill
Hi Bill,

It could be your corrupt drawings that are causing the crash after recover
finishes up. Are you getting these crashes on any other drawing files? What
programs have your dwg's been saved in? Can you purge the dwg to see if that
helps as well?

Hope this helps

Bud

Bill Guzy wrote:

> Is anyone having problems with Win 98, Novell 5 and ADT2?????
> These errors occur when we are going to plot.
>
> Fatal Error: Unhandled Access Violation Reading 0xffffffff Exception at
> 33981591h
>
> Fatal Error: Unhandled Access Violation Reading 0xffffffff Exception at
> 659aa9e7h
>
> We got these errors after opening and recovering a corrupt drawing:
>
> The recover completely stops, the drawing freezes and i get stuck in a loop
> which says
>
> Arx Error: eNullObjectId
> Error: Could not instantiate AecDict!
>
> If anyone else is having problems such as these, please let me know. We are
> trying to figure out just where our problem is at. We think it has
> something to do with Novell, but we are not sure.
>
> Thank you
> Bill Guzy
> Interior Planners

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