After I selected “Publish to PDF” in 2010 Civil3D I have always gotten an AppCrash error. It’s not actually as bad as it sounds because I can simply click on the “check online for solutions and close the program” or click on the “X” to close the box and neither of them actually closes down 2010 Civil3D. It’s not causing me a problem YET because all my PDF's come out fine and the program doesn't close down and I can continue working. I just want to know what’s causing it.
Anyone experience this?
Below is an attached screen shot of the error box and the details from the error message I get once the Publish to PDF is completed.
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: acad.exe
Application Version: 24.0.309.0
Application Timestamp: 4bcbe25e
Fault Module Name: StackHash_7f5a
Fault Module Version: 0.0.0.0
Fault Module Timestamp: 00000000
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: a4014364
OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.4
Locale ID: 1033
Additional Information 1: 7f5a
Additional Information 2: 7f5a306e069edf6f92a806ea5379042a
Additional Information 3: f7b5
Additional Information 4: f7b516aa2ef71adab82811715ac3c36b
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I'm not sure, but on a possibly related note, I can regularly get C3D 2010 to crash if I try to print to PDF after doing a "Print Preview" while "DWG to PDF.pc3" is selected as the print driver. I can do the preview and it's fine, then it crashes when I try to actually print the PDF.
I've been working around the issue by simply never doing a print preview with the "DWG to PDF.pc3" print driver. Haven't had problems with it crashing unless I do a Print Preview first.
I was also having the same error when plotting to our plotter. I found that unchecking the publish in backround box stopped the error box from coming up. Unfortunatly you have to watch the box while your sheets plot. Hope this helps.
Unfortunately, this has been an issue in many aspects. The whole reasoning behind background plotting is seemingly no more since other basic components of C3D interfere with its proper operation.
It seems another good way to run into problems is to try to print multiple copies of a sheet set. I've had it successfully complete the job, but leave the final page out of every set. And just now I tried one that fails complete. It works fine as long as I print only one copy of the sheet set at a time, but try to do multiple sets at once and the plot fails with no useful error message. (That seems to be the norm for plotting problems - no useful error messages.)
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