Thanks for sending your computer specs, the NVIDIA Quadro NVS 420 has currently no certified driver listed for Revit 2013.
You can check the graphic card list on our website, I used W7 64-bit and NVIDIA for this search:
As Ross Kirby already mentioned, please try out the latest driver for your card. If this didn’t help you can also test a beta release of the driver. NVIDIA already did already some changes on their drivers for Revit (http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Autodesk-Revit-Archi
You can also test to turn off Aero, or disabling hardware acceleration. Additionally, if there is another Windows user available on your system, please check out, if it’s the same behavior there.
As you already posted your request in the forum, there is no need to open up a service ticket. Autodesk Support is participating in this forum and there is no difference for us if it’s a post or a ticket.
Thanks for the suggestions Barbara.
I already had hardware acceleration disabled. I tried going to windows classic and updating to the latest driver. Still didn't resolve the problem. Don't know that there is any significance to this, but some of the menus display correctly (Architecture, Annotation,View and Manage) the rest are offset.
Bottom line is it doesn't really prevent any work from being done. When you actually open a project, all the menus work as expected.
Here's my last suggestion, and it's a bit of a long shot. Open your task manager and right click on WSCommCntr3.exe and end task. You may have to try this before opening Revit to get it to work. I know sometimes Revit hangs at the splash screen, and killing the WSCommCntr3.exe task fixes it, so something with the startup/loading might be affected by the same fix.
I mentioned it already, but it was might overlooked. How is the ribbon displayed for other Windows user?
And a new question, did you already try to run a repair installation?
Additionally it could be helpful, if you attach one of your latest journal files here. A short one, please no project needs to be loaded.
You will find the journal TXT file at:
Now that I have created a deployment and installed it on a couple of other computers, it does appear the issue is unique to my machine. Other computers (a laptop and a desktop) running the same deployment are working fine.
Thanks for all your help and suggestions.
There could be 3 reasons, why Revit is behaving differently on your system.
1.) It could be the installation, in that case a repair installation, or a clean installation will help.
2.) But it’s also possible that it`s caused by your current Windows profile.
3.) And last but not least, the system itself for example, .Net Framework, graphic card driver/settings, Windows settings.
The two easy tests we can do, is performing a repair installation and creating a new user profile. A clean installation I wouldn’t recommend, because it takes some time and the issue we face here is minor, as you can use all palettes as needed, when the project is open. But for sure it’s your decision and we can run additional tests as well.
Just let me know.
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