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Solved! by jameshickey. See the answer in context.
This is a bit late but it may help some others...
We have about 15-20 users running civil 3d 2010 and other version of Autodesk products.
This same error comes up once in a while for us as well.
My fix thus far has been to log in with administrative privlages to the computer at hand and do the following.
Shut open windows and programs. (Not services and what have you)
Note: you will have to enable showing of hidden files to do the following...("local settings" is hidden)
Go to: C:\Documents and Settings\<USER NAME>\Local Settings\Application Data\Autodesk\C3D 2010
Now rename the folder "enu" to "enu~".
Do the same for" C:\Documents and Settings\<USER NAME>\Application Data\Autodesk\C3D 2010
rename folder "enu" to "enu~".
Then close windows and start civil 3d 2010.
This will cause the folders that you renamed to be rebuilt. If you are missing anything or just cant live with a fresh configuration, you can always go back to the above folders, delete the new versions of enu and rename enu~ back to enu.
I am by no means an AutoDESK user. I just make it go for drafters and engineers.
Sorry but I do not understand thesze directions . I am a new manager here and we received this error . I am great at following recipes can you provide idiot recipe to solve this PLEASE< PLEASE
This should take care of your problem.
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