hi im dealing with the same trouble, i serached what you refere but i only have family templates and recent in the file. Im confused and dont know what to do :s
Did you try my approach, or were you referring to the first page posts?
I have no feedback yet on how my "method" worked on other people's PCs.
Hello ,ive spen 12+ hours trying to figure out what is being down loaded to where I can find it. When I turn on my new laptop it has me downloadin, asking over and over for codes,passwords ,I cantjust push a button that says ,hello fullerton college student. what would like to learn after downloading for 15 hours please help
Spoke with my instructor about what has happened to me .I wanted just basic auot cad 2010. I am trying to complete my cad lanscape contracting class and we at fc use 2010 for my class. Many students have given up because files and teachers have no time and different paths to get,save files ive spent hours on;gone .With limited lab time to practice
guys i got it resolved however...wt i did is..
i opened a default templet of 2011 and cosed it with out saving.
next i again started revit and choose d default templet dt ll be present in recent files folder in d femily templets folder in rac2012...
it shown its been upgrading...then its working normally now with out any problem...
Hi. Now,I had some problems with my template files for RAC 2013. I had them installed, but i couldn't find them or use them. Maybe some of you had this problem, if so, this is what you have to do (and it's quite simple):
Go to c - program files- autodesk- metric/ imperial - templates and check to see your files
open revit - application menu- - options - file locations and specify the path to get to the template files. The default path is wrong.
From now, when you start a new project, you'll get to choose the template. That's it. I hope I helped someone. Have a good day.
Had the same problem before and fixed it by creating path to my own template file.
You can check the detailes here:
yup, it works. Just went to add/remove programs then uninstall then install additional components.
thanks for the post. It hurts my brain to figure that out!
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