This issue is similar to the "Video Freeze" Issue previously posted but somewhat different. The problem is when I select a solid, autocad freezes for about a minute. After that minute, I can execute a command. During that minute of inactivity, I can use anyother program or part of windows normally with no apparent degradation. If I click in an autocad window, toolbar,etc, all the open autocad windows cloud over and the cursor turns to a spinning cursor. Outside of an autocad window the cursor is normal. This is how it works in the noun/verb process, grip editing. However, if a command is issued first, then the selection of solids is instantaneous. The solid(s) are appropriately highlighted and everything proceeds normally in the verb noun approach.
I have played with a variety of suggested performance settings in windows and in autocad. I have updated the graphics drivers so I always have the latest version. I have a quadro fx 3700, 16gb ram, and 2.5 tb of disc space.
Anybody have any idea how prevalent this problem is? Any solution to this?
Thanks for any help.
have you the property-window or quickproperties active? If so close/disable them and try again to select the solid.
- alfred -
Thank you very much for your prompt reply, Alfred. However, with both properites pallets closed, the issue is the same as when they are open.
does this happen only in a specific drawing or can you reproduce it in a new drawing with just one solid-object?
If so ... upload the drawing so we can look into it.
What you also can try:
- alfred -
Again Thank you. I truly appreciate your assistance.
This happens no matter what the condition of the drawing file. I created a new file. Created a block. Then, when selecting the block, the momentary freeze happens. It is not a specific file that is doing this. Audit shows nothing unusual about the files with solid content in them. Toggling hardware seems to not make much difference to this issue and neither does the visual styles. However, I logged onto another profile as you suggested and there seems to be no problem. So, . . I will try to set my autocad back to its native state, get rid of all customizations I have made and see what happens.
Do you have any thoughts on how to solve this?
Thanks again. You seem to have me headed toward a fix, I hope..
>> Do you have any thoughts on how to solve this?
I don't know what you have customized, what tools you are running, .... and therefor it's not possible (at least for me) to know if it's any part of your customization or - second possibility - AutoCAD crashed and the profile was damaged in the registry.
I would start with a clean AutoCAD profile and add tool-by-tool that makes up your customization and look when the problem starts.
Sorry not to have "the goal" to solve you issue with one snap.
- alfred -