I have buttons set up for escape, undo, close and osnap on my Logitech MX Revolution(the standard left and right mouse buttons, pushing down on the scroll wheel for middle & the scroll wheel for zoom still work).
Something happened between Wednesday(9-14) Night and Thursday(9-15) morning and my Autocad 2012 will no longer accept these inputs.
Here are some things I have tried:
-There were some windows updates that installed Thursday morning so I tried doing a system restore back 3 days ago but it didn't fix the problem
-uninstalling and reinstalling the Logitech drivers
-installing an older version of the Logitech Drivers
-deleting the MEP2012 folders in my local and roaming folders
-"reset settings to default" in the start menu
-uninstalling and reinstalling Autocad MEP 2012 still nothing
These buttons are still working properly in Navisworks Manage 2012.
I have taken my mouse over to another co-workers computer and it works fine.
I can open up Autocad MEP 2011 and it works perfect, but go back to 2012 and nothing happens when I push the buttons. Its killing my productivity.
Does anyone know of any settings I can reset or anything else I can try?
On another note, starting Thursday(9-15) morning after a restart of my computer autocad no longer recognizes our network drives. I can open and see them in windows explorer but they don’t show up in autocad. If i try to browse to a file and double click on it to open autocad loads up but then "says file not found". The only solution to this that I have been able to get to work is disconnecting one of the drives and mapping it again, then they all show up in autocad.
Thanks for any help,
Windows 7 64bit
Intel COre i7 X920
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Compare all .CUIX with the other PC to see if the size of the file is different ?
Might try using theirs (Wouldn't hurt to test)
I compared them, they were a little different.
I backed up mine and tried using his from program files and users/appdata but it didnt have any effect.
Thanks for trying.
Mouse driver setting changes most likely for your primary issue: but your secondary issue is of concern too, it would appear your Windows log-in credentials or your AutoCAD Profile has been tweaked? Have you rolled back Windows updates yet, to a day or better yet a week it all worked?
Backup your customizations, remove and reinstall AutoCAD per Autodesk's recommendations: I would resist reloading your AutoCAD profile and only test OOTB until all issues are gone.
I don't know if it is the mouse driver, I am currently using autocad 2011 now since 2012 is messed up and everything is working properly.
I did roll back the system to before the most recent batch of windows updates but it had no effect.
I uninstalled&reinstalled Autocad 2012 yesterday and tried running it fresh after installation was complete before any profiles were imported, but it still wasn't working.
I will try doing the clean uninstall where you edit the registry and report back.
I did the clean uninstall and reinstall and running it straight OOTB it still isnt working.
I seem to have figured out the problem, a long time ago(like March) I had set Autocad to run as administrator, something in one of the recent windows updates must have not liked that because once i turned that off, my mouse started working just fine again.