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*Moderco
Message 1 of 6 (98 Views)

Missing double in restore file

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03-09-2000 11:56 AM
I'm trying to open a drawing I've made with views in 3D but only some of the
parts are shown on the screen. Several parts are missing. When AutoCAD tries
to open the file, it keeps showing that error message: "Missing double in
restore file". What can I do to access my drawing with all the informations
in it?
*Moderco
Message 2 of 6 (98 Views)

Re: Missing double in restore file

03-09-2000 12:30 PM in reply to: *Moderco
Thanks for your reply, but even recover doesn't work. What can I do?
Autodesk, do you hear me?

Richard Chalmers a écrit dans le message :
8a90ph$n5q3@adesknews2.autodesk.com...
> Hi Moderco,
> When funny things like that happen to me I run recover and most of the
time
> that fixes it.
>
> Instead of opening a drawing as usual go to File>Drawing
> Utilities>Recover...then select the file you are having trouble with. Let
> Autocad scan the file and see if opens.
> RC
>
> Moderco wrote in message
> news:8a8vl7$n572@adesknews2.autodesk.com...
> > I'm trying to open a drawing I've made with views in 3D but only some of
> the
> > parts are shown on the screen. Several parts are missing. When AutoCAD
> tries
> > to open the file, it keeps showing that error message: "Missing double
in
> > restore file". What can I do to access my drawing with all the
> informations
> > in it?
> >
> >
>
>
*J.Palme
Message 3 of 6 (98 Views)

Re: Missing double in restore file

03-09-2000 12:54 PM in reply to: *Moderco
Go to Autodesks website and download these bugfixes: "satfixer.exe" and
"rupdate.exe".

HTH
Juergen

Moderco wrote:
>
> I'm trying to open a drawing I've made with views in 3D but only some of the
> parts are shown on the screen. Several parts are missing. When AutoCAD tries
> to open the file, it keeps showing that error message: "Missing double in
> restore file". What can I do to access my drawing with all the informations
> in it?
*Chalmers, Richard
Message 4 of 6 (98 Views)

Re: Missing double in restore file

03-09-2000 03:09 PM in reply to: *Moderco
Hi Moderco,
When funny things like that happen to me I run recover and most of the time
that fixes it.

Instead of opening a drawing as usual go to File>Drawing
Utilities>Recover...then select the file you are having trouble with. Let
Autocad scan the file and see if opens.
RC

Moderco wrote in message
news:8a8vl7$n572@adesknews2.autodesk.com...
> I'm trying to open a drawing I've made with views in 3D but only some of
the
> parts are shown on the screen. Several parts are missing. When AutoCAD
tries
> to open the file, it keeps showing that error message: "Missing double in
> restore file". What can I do to access my drawing with all the
informations
> in it?
>
>
*Remacle, Jean-Paul
Message 5 of 6 (98 Views)

Re: Missing double in restore file

11-28-2000 12:48 AM in reply to: *Moderco
Hi, I have a big problem.
I can't open my 3d drawing, the message is 'Modeling operation error.
Missing double in restore file'.
My client need drawing today!

Any suggestions?
Thanks.

--
Jean-Paul Remacle
JeanPaul.Remacle@Advalvas.Be
*J.Palme
Message 6 of 6 (98 Views)

Re:

11-28-2000 01:14 AM in reply to: *Moderco
Go to Autodesks Web site and look for the bugfix "satfixer.exe" and
"rpupdate.exe". These will help you to fix the bug.

Juergen

Jean-Paul Remacle wrote:
>
> Hi, I have a big problem.
> I can't open my 3d drawing, the message is 'Modeling operation error.
> Missing double in restore file'.
> My client need drawing today!
>
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks.
>
> --
> Jean-Paul Remacle
> JeanPaul.Remacle@Advalvas.Be
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