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*Wheeler, Robert
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Running Softdesk R12 under Windows NT?

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01-28-2000 01:33 PM
I am trying to install Acad R12 and Softdesk R12 on a Windows NT
Workstation. Acad runs ok but I get a "divide by zero or overload
error" message when Softdesk attempts to initialize when starting a
new drawing. The following command sequence is received:

Initializing adcadd civil environment
Load application cogo
Unable to execute "\adcadd\civil\cogo\exe\cogo"
Error xload failed
Divide by zero or overload error

Is there a fix for this problem?
Can Softdesk 12 run under Windows NT?

Bob Wheeler
*Schroeder, Bud
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Re: Running Softdesk R12 under Windows NT?

01-28-2000 01:35 PM in reply to: *Wheeler, Robert
Hi Bob,

Even R12 is not running well on your NT box. Go take a look at CPU
processes while it is running. You will see it's pegged at 100%.
There was no NT 4x when these programs were written, just Windows 3x.

Hope this helps.

Bud

Robert Wheeler wrote:

> I am trying to install Acad R12 and Softdesk R12 on a Windows NT
> Workstation. Acad runs ok but I get a "divide by zero or overload
> error" message when Softdesk attempts to initialize when starting a
> new drawing. The following command sequence is received:
>
> Initializing adcadd civil environment
> Load application cogo
> Unable to execute "\adcadd\civil\cogo\exe\cogo"
> Error xload failed
> Divide by zero or overload error
>
> Is there a fix for this problem?
> Can Softdesk 12 run under Windows NT?
>
> Bob Wheeler

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