I'm running 32bit XP, could that be the issue?
They do have some hatch patterns, but nothing insane. I've tried it with drawings w/out hatch patterns and I still have the same problem.
I could plot to EPS, but I still doesn't solve the problem. I also need to be able to convert an entire set of drawings to PDF to distribute to consultants.
At one point it was migrated, then I uninstalled it and reinstalled w/out any migration.
Core2Quad Q9450 @ 2.66ghz
135gb free on hard drive
Graphics Card is dual Nvidia Quadro FX 570
network is CAT6
HP plotter is on this network, PDF plotter is on local machine
It's now 4 machines in our office that don't work.
However, if I use the "dwg to PDF.pc3" it seems to work and is editable in Illustrator. Now if I can just get my batch plotting to work...
My computer just started acting up. It has started to take 5~6 minutes ot open the plot dialog box, then that much time or more to complete the plot. 11x17 sheets, not that I see how that would affect it.
In Windows 7 it appears to be locked up. There is very little happening in the Task Manager either. I hope it doesn't spread like the post a few posts back.
AutoCAD 2011 MEP (sorry if I'm not in the correct forum)
Intell Xeon W3565 @ 3.2 GHz
12.0 GB RAM
5.17 Gig left on the hard drive.
It's running poorly off the hard drive. I placed my files local to try and rule out network issues.
I believe this is a problem on the AutoDesk / AutoCAD side of the equation, not Adobe - though I cannot verify this to be true.
I have a similar problem: I can plot to PDF totally fine using page sizes "Letter" and "11x17". However, not to ARCH D or E or any other larger page size. I get a blank sheet with the "educational" use tags on the edges. To Letter or 11x17 ,no problems.
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