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atklump
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Registered: ‎10-18-2012
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FATAL ERROR: Unhandled access violation reading 0xfd92f8e8

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10-19-2012 01:02 PM

When closing my drawing I got an error "Warning: An error occured during save.  We recomend that you run recover on the drawing."  Yet it appeared to save as normal.  So I tried opening the drawing agian, and the fatal error "FATAL ERROR: Unhandled access violation reading 0xfd92f8e8 Exception at ec13b7ach" pops up.  I rocover the drawing and it's a little messed up (Missing Data and Data Shortcuts).  I can't reassociate those, because the "create reference" is greyed out.  I went to the backup file, and recovered it.  It appeared to work, until I went to save.  I then get the "Warning: An error occured during save.  We recomend that you run recover on the drawing." error message agian.

So I went back and retrieved an earlier save and did a recover on it.  Lost a little work and a day, but got the drawing back.  But does anyone know what caused the error in the first place?  I did not find this error code in any discussions or on the internet.

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Alfred.NESWADBA
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Re: FATAL ERROR: Unhandled access violation reading 0xfd92f8e8

10-19-2012 03:31 PM in reply to: atklump

Hi,

 

I would think about those 3 items:

  • have you installed the latest service-pack (>>>click<<<)
  • Did you try to save to your local harddisk
  • Try for a testperiod to disable the antivirus-software (locally, and server when trying to save to server)

 

Good luck, - alfred -

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