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Recompiling menu file

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08-18-2011 06:25 AM

A little help please,

 

Not sure if IT was messing around with stuff on my PC, but now every time I start up AutoCAD, it takes a very long time.....and there is a progress bar that says "Recompiling menu file <path>". What can I do to get the program back to how it was previously???

 

Thanks for the help.

Repair

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Re: Recompiling menu file

08-18-2011 06:27 AM in reply to: tstorzuk

Repair

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Re: Recompiling menu file

08-18-2011 07:08 AM in reply to: Patchy

Do you have a proceedure to follow? Something that will work properly?

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Re: Recompiling menu file

08-18-2011 07:11 AM in reply to: tstorzuk

Put in the disc, it will ask to repair or reinstall.

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Re: Recompiling menu file

08-18-2011 07:47 AM in reply to: Patchy

We had the programs installed on the network by IT......I guess I'll ask them.

 

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Re: Recompiling menu file

08-18-2011 08:12 AM in reply to: tstorzuk

Go to control panel, go add and remove programs, find autodesk product and select change to do a repair or re-install.

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Re: Recompiling menu file

08-18-2011 09:00 AM in reply to: tstorzuk

Thats probably for the best.  There is no magic-wand solution to these sorts of problems, since they are highly dependant on where files are located, whether you use partial CUI(x) files loaded through the Enterprise or Main, whether you have third-party applications, whether they automatically add partial CUI(x)'s, and so on.

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