AutoCAD Land Desktop

AutoCAD Land Desktop

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Land Desktop 2004

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03-08-2005 08:12 AM
I reinstalled Land Desktop 2004. Now when I start up, I get and error "Autodesk Map Error - 3105 error writing to acadmap.sys file" And it kicks me out of the program. I tried reinstalling and repairing. Nothing seems to work. Any suggestions.
*Dennis Hyman
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Re: Land Desktop 2004

03-08-2005 10:36 AM in reply to: Macleod
Uninstall LDD and Map, and totally remove any reference to such out of your registry. Then reboot and reinstall. That should fix your problem. "Macleod" wrote in message news:6280506.1110298386454.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... >I reinstalled Land Desktop 2004. Now when I start up, I get and error >"Autodesk Map Error - 3105 error writing to acadmap.sys file" And it kicks >me out of the program. I tried reinstalling and repairing. Nothing seems >to work. Any suggestions.
*Tom Hanley
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03-08-2005 01:04 PM in reply to: Macleod
http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/ps/item?siteID=123112&id=2887771&linkID=2475323 will tell you how to really clean out all instances of previous installs. "Macleod" wrote in message news:6280506.1110298386454.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... >I reinstalled Land Desktop 2004. Now when I start up, I get and error >"Autodesk Map Error - 3105 error writing to acadmap.sys file" And it kicks >me out of the program. I tried reinstalling and repairing. Nothing seems >to work. Any suggestions.
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Re: Land Desktop 2004

01-25-2010 11:16 PM in reply to: Macleod
Hello. I have Civil Series 2004 which includes Land Desktop and I got the same error. I installed it on a Windows 7 Pro machine. What I did is i installed the program and before i took the it off my older computer (luckily), I copied the acadmap.sys file from the installed program and put it into the C:\program files (*86)\Civil Series 2004 directory (in your case likely the Land Desktop 2004 directory) on the new machine manually. The CD that I have did not have the file that you could copy directly, so I found it installed on the old computer from the old installation.

Things seem to be working ok.

Hope this helps! : )

Not sure, but if you can't get that to work or already uninstalled from your old machine and still need the acadmap.sys file I could also email it too you. I would guess it would be the same file. I looked at the file with note pad and all that is in it is 0 1 0 0 1e-008 on one line. Not sure if you can just make one up in a text program and name the file acadmap.sys with this information in it, but that might work too.

Good luck!

- Mtman2
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