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Valued Contributor hlo
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hlo
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Recovery a AutoCAD207 file

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01-22-2013 02:20 AM

HI

 

Can anyone explain the behavior for this file.

The file are created in AutoCAD 2007.

It is a drawing with 2D and 3D drawing in it.

When I open this file in my AutoCAD2013 and make the recovery as AutoCAD suggest

The are no 3D left in the drawing. The file are working fine and whiteout no plebes I AutoCAD2007

 

System:

Autodesk Product Design Suite Ultimate 2013
AutoCAD Mechanical 2013

 

 

Regards

Henrik

 

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Alfred.NESWADBA
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Re: Recovery a AutoCAD207 file

01-22-2013 04:38 AM in reply to: hlo

Hi,

 

at least there are some AEC-objects in it as (I tested it with AutoCAD 2012 now) the AEC-modules are loaded.

And when doing the _RECOVER it tells me that there are 5 objects deleted (I don't know which ones, of course). So the question I have: are you really sure that there are 3D-objects in it? I see 3D-like objects (flattened ones), but nothing in it is 3D.

I would suggest then: open your drawings with 2007, run command _WBLOCK and create a new drawing from your selected objects in modelspace. Then open this new drawing in 2013 (and import your layouts if there are one and you need them in a second step).

 

Good luck, - alfred -

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Valued Contributor hlo
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Re: Recovery a AutoCAD207 file

01-22-2013 11:18 PM in reply to: Alfred.NESWADBA

HI, I tried this WBlock, but it didn’t work out too.

 

Regards

Henrik 

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