Good morning Internet,
We're running Autodesk Product Design Suite Premium 2013 on computers specficially designed by chaps so they meet the required spec (Windows 7).
For two months we have been running this product without any problem however over the weekend we moved offices and the computers have been "poked about" by the IT support team as they moved servers / changed admin rights / drank coffee. This problem however is only affecting the one computer - the other is running fine so I assume they've not broken anything.
It ran on Tuesday til Thursday without any problems however this morning AutoCAD is having an abortion hissy fit (fifth crash in two hours) and I am getting:
"Fatal Error: unhandled access violation 0xffffffff exception at e47fde0ah" crashing the system while moving lines on a very simple AutoCAD 2D drawing (500kb). This
I've turned Aero Theme off and am running no other computer programmes (CPU sits at 13% when it crashes and doesn't spike).
I would be most grateful if someone could suggest what we ought do.
After several reboots this seems to be the case (though it keeps stalling on another drawing - creating a white mist effect on the screen I normally only see happen on very large drawings).
Does this mean the originial drawing has corrupted itself?
Try to set SAVEFIDELITY = 0 .
you'll see a big different.
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