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Saving in revit ( big problem)

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09-18-2012 01:23 PM

hey guys, i currently use the revit architecture 2011 version, i had a prior installation of 2011 on my laptop however for some reason it could no longer detect y license so i uninstalled it, then downloaded the same version again, this time a different serial number was distrubuted. The program works fine, however whenever i attempt to open the file at my schools computer in thei 2011 version, i try to save, it states "file not saved" so i then save it under another name and it states that that "the file ect was saved in a later version of revit and cannot be retrieved in this version" how is this possible when the version i initially used is from revit 2011???

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Re: Saving in revit ( big problem)

09-18-2012 01:37 PM in reply to: plangle1

are you sure its the same version as yours?

 

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Re: Saving in revit ( big problem)

09-18-2012 02:08 PM in reply to: plangle1

yes i'm sure

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Re: Saving in revit ( big problem)

09-18-2012 03:07 PM in reply to: plangle1

ah, i figured out the issue, it was a problem with my flash drive , it's corrected now

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