AutoCAD Raster Design General Discussion

AutoCAD Raster Design General Discussion

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*Cochran, Doug
Message 1 of 2 (163 Views)

Error in Raster Design 2004 w/ ADT4

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10-15-2003 09:30 AM
I'm getting an error when I try to run Raster Design 2004 in ADT4.0 or
Acad2004. Basically when I type the "Image" command, I get a message
stating: "ISM Context Menus did not load". When I manually load the
AECO.mnu (Raster design menu), none of the arx functions for raster design
works and I then get an Exception 1F error loading the raster design arx
file such as AECIREMU140.arx etc..

Any ideas? I've uninstalled/re-installed ADT40, ACAD2004, and Rasterdesign
2004 and still get this problem.

thanks,

Doug
*support], Jon Golubiewski [Autodesk
Message 2 of 2 (163 Views)

Re: Error in Raster Design 2004 w/ ADT4

10-16-2003 02:02 AM in reply to: *Cochran, Doug
Hi Doug,

Try the suggestion in the following solution:

TS63658 - Autodesk® CAD Overlay® 2000i software terminates unexpectedly
during startup
http://usa.autodesk.com/getdoc/id=TS63658

Jonathan Golubiewski
Autodesk Professional Services
Land.Civil.Survey


"Doug Cochran" wrote in message
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> I'm getting an error when I try to run Raster Design 2004 in ADT4.0 or
> Acad2004. Basically when I type the "Image" command, I get a message
> stating: "ISM Context Menus did not load". When I manually load the
> AECO.mnu (Raster design menu), none of the arx functions for raster design
> works and I then get an Exception 1F error loading the raster design arx
> file such as AECIREMU140.arx etc..
>
> Any ideas? I've uninstalled/re-installed ADT40, ACAD2004, and Rasterdesign
> 2004 and still get this problem.
>
> thanks,
>
> Doug
>
>
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