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*Doherty, Tim
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Slow Commands

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01-02-2001 01:15 PM
My company has recently upgraded our network license of AutoCAD from 14 to
2000i. I have performed a client installation on 3 or 4 machines. On one
particular work station, the commands seem to display their dialogue boxes
considerably slower than on the other machines. The most noticable command
is Tools/Options. On the problem work station, it can take up to 10 or 12
seconds for the Options dialogue box to appear from the time the command was
invoked. This is also true for the Plot command. On the other work
stations, these dialogue boxes are displayed almost immediately. All of the
work stations are comparable in speed and memory. Any suggestions?
*milana, jerry
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Re: Slow Commands

01-05-2001 10:25 AM in reply to: *Doherty, Tim
This is often caused by having an invalid or slow path specified in the
AutoCAD support path.

Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Product Support

"Tim Doherty" wrote in message
news:97D234B7167274F821824D7B316F20F0@in.WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> My company has recently upgraded our network license of AutoCAD from 14 to
> 2000i. I have performed a client installation on 3 or 4 machines. On one
> particular work station, the commands seem to display their dialogue boxes
> considerably slower than on the other machines. The most noticable
command
> is Tools/Options. On the problem work station, it can take up to 10 or 12
> seconds for the Options dialogue box to appear from the time the command
was
> invoked. This is also true for the Plot command. On the other work
> stations, these dialogue boxes are displayed almost immediately. All of
the
> work stations are comparable in speed and memory. Any suggestions?
>

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