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*Delano, Howard
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Inv 5 crashes on idw opening

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11-08-2002 03:22 AM
Greetings,

Several of our idw files cause Inv 5 to crash when we try to open them. Some
machines are more problematic than others. The one that is most problematic
is a brand new Dell.

Crash log pretty consistent with the following message:

' Crash Information
' ACCESS_VIOLATION
' Build: M.5.5000.5064bSP2 - Date: Sun 10/21/2001
' Last command started class DLxSelectCmd
' Last request completed
' Call Stack: Address = 20 Gr.dll 0x0000A0C3 SMData.dll 0x0000F777
SMData.dll 0x0000F542 SMData.dll 0x0000E323 SMData.dll 0x00010C0D SMData.dll
0x0001100F SMData.dll 0x000111F3 SMData.dll 0x00013F11 SMData.dll 0x000153D4
DL.dll 0x001CFA05 DL.dll 0x001CE8D6 DL.dll 0x00067A16 DL.dll 0x00111857
DcKernel.dll 0x0001FBC3 Du.dll 0x000A0DD9 DL.dll 0x0006D958 DL.dll
0x001178FE DcKernel.dll 0x0000F12E DcKernel.dll 0x0001E19D DL.dll 0x000F0464


Any insite?

--
Thanks,

Howard Delano
Design Engineer
Stainless Design Concepts
A Division of CVD Equipment Corporation
1117 Kings Highway
Saugerties, NY 12477
Phone: (845) 246-3631 (ext. 38)
Fax: (845) 246-1595
E-mail: hdelano@stainlessdesign.com
*Jeffrey, Dennis
Message 2 of 3 (55 Views)

Re: Inv 5 crashes on idw opening

11-10-2002 02:36 AM in reply to: *Delano, Howard
Have you applied all the Inventor 5 Service Packs????

Dennis

Howard Delano wrote:

> Greetings,
>
> Several of our idw files cause Inv 5 to crash when we try to open them. Some
> machines are more problematic than others. The one that is most problematic
> is a brand new Dell.
>
> Crash log pretty consistent with the following message:
>
> ' Crash Information
> ' ACCESS_VIOLATION
> ' Build: M.5.5000.5064bSP2 - Date: Sun 10/21/2001
> ' Last command started class DLxSelectCmd
> ' Last request completed
> ' Call Stack: Address = 20 Gr.dll 0x0000A0C3 SMData.dll 0x0000F777
> SMData.dll 0x0000F542 SMData.dll 0x0000E323 SMData.dll 0x00010C0D SMData.dll
> 0x0001100F SMData.dll 0x000111F3 SMData.dll 0x00013F11 SMData.dll 0x000153D4
> DL.dll 0x001CFA05 DL.dll 0x001CE8D6 DL.dll 0x00067A16 DL.dll 0x00111857
> DcKernel.dll 0x0001FBC3 Du.dll 0x000A0DD9 DL.dll 0x0006D958 DL.dll
> 0x001178FE DcKernel.dll 0x0000F12E DcKernel.dll 0x0001E19D DL.dll 0x000F0464
>
> Any insite?
>
> --
> Thanks,
>
> Howard Delano
> Design Engineer
> Stainless Design Concepts
> A Division of CVD Equipment Corporation
> 1117 Kings Highway
> Saugerties, NY 12477
> Phone: (845) 246-3631 (ext. 38)
> Fax: (845) 246-1595
> E-mail: hdelano@stainlessdesign.com

--
Dennis Jeffrey
CAD Associates - Fort Wayne
Autodesk ASC
(260-432-9695 x 221
*Jeffrey, Dennis
Message 3 of 3 (55 Views)

Re: Inv 5 crashes on idw opening

11-10-2002 02:39 AM in reply to: *Delano, Howard
Check out swap file size, RAM size, Graphics card and driver version and post
those specs here...

Dennis

Howard Delano wrote:

> Greetings,
>
> Several of our idw files cause Inv 5 to crash when we try to open them. Some
> machines are more problematic than others. The one that is most problematic
> is a brand new Dell.
>
> Crash log pretty consistent with the following message:
>
> ' Crash Information
> ' ACCESS_VIOLATION
> ' Build: M.5.5000.5064bSP2 - Date: Sun 10/21/2001
> ' Last command started class DLxSelectCmd
> ' Last request completed
> ' Call Stack: Address = 20 Gr.dll 0x0000A0C3 SMData.dll 0x0000F777
> SMData.dll 0x0000F542 SMData.dll 0x0000E323 SMData.dll 0x00010C0D SMData.dll
> 0x0001100F SMData.dll 0x000111F3 SMData.dll 0x00013F11 SMData.dll 0x000153D4
> DL.dll 0x001CFA05 DL.dll 0x001CE8D6 DL.dll 0x00067A16 DL.dll 0x00111857
> DcKernel.dll 0x0001FBC3 Du.dll 0x000A0DD9 DL.dll 0x0006D958 DL.dll
> 0x001178FE DcKernel.dll 0x0000F12E DcKernel.dll 0x0001E19D DL.dll 0x000F0464
>
> Any insite?
>
> --
> Thanks,
>
> Howard Delano
> Design Engineer
> Stainless Design Concepts
> A Division of CVD Equipment Corporation
> 1117 Kings Highway
> Saugerties, NY 12477
> Phone: (845) 246-3631 (ext. 38)
> Fax: (845) 246-1595
> E-mail: hdelano@stainlessdesign.com

--
Dennis Jeffrey
CAD Associates - Fort Wayne
Autodesk ASC
(260-432-9695 x 221

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