AutoCAD Electrical General Discussion

AutoCAD Electrical General Discussion

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Find/Edit/Replace Crashes

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03-12-2010 04:34 PM
Using Find/Edit/Replace crashes AutoCAD whenever I uses the "Replace All" button.

Replacing instances individually works fine.

I'm running ACADE 2010 SP1 on Win 7 x64.

Any suggestions (other than repair/reinstall)?
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Re: Find/Edit/Replace Crashes

03-23-2010 07:48 PM in reply to: shiney
Hopefully someone from Autodesk can address this. I ran the 64-bit version of AcadE 2009 just fine, but Vista crashed during a training, which I was conducting. It turned aout to be an incompatibility of 64-bit Vista and the HP laptop it came on. I abandoned HP and Vista it and went back to trusty Win XP Pro on an IBM Thinkpad. I have had no problems since. I've have never had an issue with F/E/R in any version though. But this 64-bit technology is still going through the debug stages. I don't trust it yet for my important work. Perhaps someone at Autodesk can help you out with regard to Win 7.
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Message 3 of 3 (85 Views)

Re: Find/Edit/Replace Crashes

04-03-2013 02:19 PM in reply to: dougmcalexander

did anyone hear if this was something that is a local setting/compatibility issue? I'm running ACADE2013 with Windows 7 64bit and am getting a crash from it as well every single time...

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