I just downloaded & installed the latest Project Falcon files (Stand-alone & within Inventor). The standalone works and does some amazing analyses, but crashes every 15 minutes or so.
The Inventor add-in, however, doesn't run at all. It's weird; the installer says the installation was complete but there is no Falcon environment or add-in, but if I run the installer again it says that it's already installed & just does a repair. Windows Control Panel says it's installed.
I've tried re-starting Inventor and re-booting my computer. No joy.
Same results on my laptop and my work station.
Both machines are running:
Microsoft(R) Windows(R) XP Professional x64
Inventor Pro build 138 release 2013RTM, 03/01/2012
Both machies are Dells:
Workstation: Precision T3400, core 2 quad, 2.8 GHz, 4GB RAM, NVIDIA Quado 2000 graphics
Laptop: Precision M4300, core 2 duo, 1.8 GHz, 4 GB RAM, NVIDIA Quadro FX 360M graphics
Thanks for providing the details Bill. I'll see if the team has any ideas based on the info you've provided, but in the meantime can you let us know if either Inventor or Falcon for Inventor are installed in custom (non-default) directories?
You may wish to try the steps here:
I can not guarantee it will fix your issue, but it has helped many users.
Please ckeck that you are installing "x64-InventorFalconSetup.msi" for Autodesk inventor x64 as your machine is 64bit.
Always use :
"x64-InventorFalconSetup.msi" for Autodesk inventor 64bit
"x86-InventorFalconSetup.msi" for Autodesk inventor 32bit
As you are using Inventor 2012
use the following path for installation "C:\ProgramData\Autodesk\Inventor 2012\Addins"
Please refer to the attached image to see where to give this path.
Please let me know weather this works or not.
That is exactly how I had previously installed it. As a matter of principle I always take all the defaults when doing anything new with any software, at least until I understand what's going on.
I uninstalled & reinstalled on both machines, making sure the path looked EXACTLY like your screen capture.
No joy on either machine.
Do any other add-ins need to be installed or active to make this work? To speed up initial startup of Inventor I have turned off most add-ins & only load them when I need them.
only lists Inventor 2013 64-bit as supported.
I am running Inventor 2013 x64, but I'm running Inv PRO under a 401-series serial number in Windows XP Pro x64 version 5.2.3790 , if any of that makes a difference.
I also have Windows 7 x64 running in a virtual machine. I could try installing Inventor there if it would make a difference.
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