Regenall locks up LDT'09 when zoomed in on image, the further you are zoomed in, the longer it takes to regen, if i zoom all the way out so that the whole image is showing, it takes less then a second to regen, the problem only occours when zoomed in on an image. I have come acrost this problem before on many other machines, and most of the time LAYOUTREGENCTL set to 1 fixes the lock up problem. I now have 2 machines that refuse to be fixed the easy way. Variables ive tried tweaking to fix this:
All of my printers are named correctly and present.
32bit object enabler is installed.
Please note that this is NOT a network problem, 22 other workstations can open any .dwg and regen fine accept these 2 PC's. I tried copying the image to the local hard drive to see if that cleared it up, it didnt help.
Specs Machine #1:
Win7 x64, Z68 Gigabyte MB, i7-2600, 8gig DDR3, Nvidia Quadro 600
Specs Machine #2:
Win7 x64, AM3 MSI MB, AMD Phenom II X4 975, 8gig DDR3, GeForce 9600
Other notes: Installing .NET 4.0 seemed to cause all of this headache. The AMD workstation was able to regen fine untill I installed TrueView 2012 (which installs .NET 4) the only way to get it to regen again was to revert his machine to a system restore point before I installed .NET 4. Before reverting his PC I removed .NET 4 to resolve the problem but it seems to perminently break LDT '09 (which uses .NET 3). Also note that WIN7 x64 comes with .NET 3.5.1 installed by default, you cannot remove or repair it, you can only uncheck it as a windows feature. .NET cleanup utilitys do not help.
Any questions will be promptly anwsered as this is causing major problems here!
after messing with it for hours (days even) I have this temp solution: Disable hardware acceleration
My laptop recently started this. It is Windows 7, 64 and Civil 3D LDT 2009 companion.
A few weeks ago an automatic update downloaded a driver update for the NVIDIA card. Have been trying to find anything online stating this might be the issue.
Can you tell me how to disable hardware acceleration?