AutoCAD Electrical General Discussion

AutoCAD Electrical General Discussion

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jtmx39
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ACElec Crashes After Every Plot

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05-04-2004 05:23 AM
Everytime I plot a drawing the drawing prints fine the AutoCAD Electrical 2004 crashes. It gives me an Unhandled Expression..... Our mechanical Dept. had the same problem, they applied the new service pack and it corrected it. The general Service Packs do not work on the Electrical version. Has any else had this plotting problem ? Everything else works fine without crashing. Will there be a Service Pack just for Electrical coming out? Thanks - JTM
*Jared Bunch \(Autodesk, Inc\)
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Re: ACElec Crashes After Every Plot

05-06-2004 02:34 PM in reply to: jtmx39
AutoCAD Electrical 2004 shipped with the SP1 for AutoCAD already implemented. I have not heard of any other issues like this. I would recommend checking and making sure that your printer drivers are all up-to-date. Is there anyone else using the Electrical product there? Do they have the same problem or is this unique to your machine? Exactly what product is your Mechanical department using and exactly what SP was it that they installed to resolve the issue? -- Regards, Jared Bunch Technical Support Specialist Autodesk, Inc "jtmx39" wrote in message news:3392694.1083673453113.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > Everytime I plot a drawing the drawing prints fine the AutoCAD Electrical 2004 crashes. It gives me an Unhandled Expression..... Our mechanical Dept. had the same problem, they applied the new service pack and it corrected it. The general Service Packs do not work on the Electrical version. Has any else had this plotting problem ? Everything else works fine without crashing. Will there be a Service Pack just for Electrical coming out? Thanks - JTM
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