I did not clean registry values. I was not aware that removing the program wouldn't remove registry values. Could you provide some information on how to do this without screwing up my OS?
I am on a laptop, but not an underpowered one. I should have no problem running the aero theme, but I will try it as my options for troubleshooting seem to be running out.
This is old but still applcable with the corrected version numbers, Autodesk recommended uninstall and reinstall procedures:
Also change LT2013's Hardware Acceleration setting from whatever you have currently, see if that helps.
Just an update: I changed to a non-aero theme and the error changed to:
FATAL ERROR: Unahandled c0000409h Exception at e2b91030h
I want to refresh this case.
I have this kind of problem when I try to print sth from AutoCAD 2007 and AC 2008 on another machine.
I always get this kind of communicate:
FATAL ERROR: Unhandled c0000409h Exception at 3300e012h - AC 2007
FATAL ERROR: Unhandled c0000409h Exception at 675ddaf2h - AC 2008
Do you have any idea what can be a solution?
The error messages mean little, sorry.
What changed recently on the PCs where the two versions are installed: new drivers for the printers, new printers, new server where the printers are accessed? New Windows or new PCs? Please try and find out what changed and report it.
I'm not sure that you understand me correctly.
I have AutoCAD 2007 since 5 years on one computer and AC 2008 on another computer.
Previous all was ok. Now I have this kind of problem.
Look at the System Restore log and see if something has been updated on your system.
As has been asked: What changed?
It worked for five years so why not now?
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