I have a brand new Hp Laptop Pavilion m6 1045
It comes with an Intell 4000 HD graphics card
When I first install Autocad 2013 it works fine then after a few cycles of powering off my laptop i get this error please help. FATAL ERROR: Unhandled Access Violation Reading 0x0000 Exception at 0h
>> after a few cycles of powering off my laptop i get this error
When and how often do you get this error?
- alfred -
I get the error when starting up Autocad 2013 or any other Autodesk application. After researching on my own i discovered that if i disable the video card autocad will run. What i dont understand why it ran when i first installed it and not it now longer runs. I removed the software due to frustration.
>> if i disable the video card
How should I understand that you "disabled your video-card"?
Or do you mean that you have disabled the hardware acceleration within AutoCAD? But that will not describe why "any other Autodesk application" does not work (which applications are these?
Or do you mean that you have a second-generation i5 or i7 processor and you disabled the internal Intel-graphiccard so your operating system uses the nVidia then? If so then you did the correct steps to get a gc working that is more close to AutoCAD than the Intel-GC is. And then interrupting the process would be a "closed to early"
>> I removed the software due to frustration
That will not solve the problem.
But let me ask then: why did you install AutoCAD if you don't need it?
I never install anything that I don't need! Every installation blows up the registry, fragments the harddisk and makes my system step-by-step (install-by-install) slower than before.
- alfred -
I have a i5 and disabled the internal video card stating that i went into system and say disable to video card, which then allows me to use autocad. I unstalled cause having it on my laptop was a luxury i have it on the desktop but was hoping that i can use it on my laptop as well. -- Nyree Derderian firstname.lastname@example.org
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