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*Services, Tony - Autodesk Professional
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MAX and DRF files are corrupted after installing Windows® 2000 Servi

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07-15-2003 01:37 AM
FYI - Autodesk has confirmed that installing the
Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 causes the corruption of MAX and DRF files. Our
Engineering Team is working with Microsoft to resolve this issue.  For
further details, including our suggested work-arounds, please refer to following
technical solution:

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This solution will be updated with information
related to the final solution as soon as this information becomes
available.

 

Tony Michniewicz
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Re: MAX and DRF files are corrupted after installing Windows® 2000 S

07-15-2003 02:29 AM in reply to: *Services, Tony - Autodesk Professional
If I have already installed SP4, and do not use Viz or Max is there any problem
*Services, Tony - Autodesk Professional
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07-15-2003 02:46 AM in reply to: *Services, Tony - Autodesk Professional
If you are using VIZ Render, then this problem
would affect the drf files that this application produces.  However, if you
are only using Building Systems to generate dwg files, then the installation of
the Windows 2000 SP4 should not cause any problems.

 

Tony
Autodesk Professional Services

 


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If
I have already installed SP4, and do not use Viz or Max is there any
problem
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