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11-07-2002 01:18 AM in reply to: *DJSpaceMouse
The question above was for DJSpaceMouse. Flash
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11-07-2002 01:21 AM in reply to: *DJSpaceMouse
Fined $100 Million!!!!, wouldn't get outa bed for that!
*DJSpaceMouse
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11-07-2002 01:51 AM in reply to: *DJSpaceMouse
November 5, 2002, though the About window says Build 103, Release: 6 SP1 -
Date: Mon 11/04/2002.

"flash" wrote in message
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what is the latest dates on the files in your Inventor 6/Bin dir? Flash
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11-07-2002 01:56 AM in reply to: *DJSpaceMouse
cool no power exits. what about the sluggish graphics issue? -Joe
*DJSpaceMouse
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11-07-2002 02:02 AM in reply to: *DJSpaceMouse
I really won't be the best person to answer this, as my FireGL2 always
performed very well with Inventor 6 (prior to SP1 and even in Beta 2 and
Beta 1).

"jmartzig" wrote in message
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cool no power exits. what about the sluggish graphics issue? -Joe
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Re: And on the 7th day, I installed SP1...

11-07-2002 02:37 AM in reply to: *DJSpaceMouse
What operations were giving you power exits prior to SP1?

You do have a FireGL from reading other posts - what are your other specs?

CPU? OS?

"DJSpaceMouse" wrote in message
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> ... and behold, it is good. No power exists yet. Solid so far. Good job
> Autodesk!
>
>
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11-07-2002 02:42 AM in reply to: *DJSpaceMouse
Thats what mine says too! :0
*DJSpaceMouse
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11-07-2002 03:03 AM in reply to: *DJSpaceMouse
It's a homemade PC - I see no reason to pay someone to build what we (or I)
can build cheaper and arguably better.

It's a Pentium III 1GHz processor with 768MB of PC133 SDRAM, and also sports
an Ultra160 SCSI HDD. It's running a Windows 2000 SP3 OS. However, I was
never really having that many problems with Inventor 6 on that machine. It
was the other one that power exited 5 times on every day that ends in "y".

That one is also a Pentium III 1GHz, but with 1GB of PC133 SDRAM, an Oxygen
VX-1 video adapter, and an IDE HDD running at UDMA-66. It's also got
Windows 2000 SP3.

The only real significant hardware difference between the two computers is
the mobos. The first box (the one that runs well) has a Tekram mobo with a
VIA chipset. The one that didn't run well used an ASUS CUSI-FX (FlexATX
form factor) mobo with an SiS chipset. I've never been too fond of SiS
chipsets, myself. Well, really I've never cared for VIA chipsets, either.
On my home computers I stick to Intel chipsets.


"Ron Crain" wrote in message
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> What operations were giving you power exits prior to SP1?
>
> You do have a FireGL from reading other posts - what are your other specs?
>
> CPU? OS?
>
> "DJSpaceMouse" wrote in message
> news:f120e29.-1@WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> > ... and behold, it is good. No power exists yet. Solid so far. Good
job
> > Autodesk!
> >
> >
>
>

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