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cds840s
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Convert 2007 file to 2004

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06-12-2007 12:23 PM
I am trying to convert a 2007 file down to 2004 to use at work. I downloaded trueview and I get an error message that says, "The files listed below could not be saved due to a sharing violation or disk write problem."

What is this?

Thanks.
*Dean Saadallah
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Re: Convert 2007 file to 2004

06-13-2007 08:23 AM in reply to: cds840s
where is the file located?

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cds840s
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Re: Convert 2007 file to 2004

06-14-2007 05:18 AM in reply to: cds840s
On the hard drive.
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Seabest
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Re: Convert 2007 file to 2004

03-30-2010 02:42 PM in reply to: cds840s
> {quote:title=cds840s wrote:}{quote}
> On the hard drive.
it is my problem ,too. anyone can help me,please!

my error :

Conversion SummaryConversion File Format: AutoCAD 2007/LT 2007 Drawing Format
Conversion package type: Folder (set of files)
Conversion Location: C:\Users\Dolphin\Documents\
Converted DWG files: 0
Recovered DWG files: 0
Conversion errors: 1


Conversion Errors
Unconverted files:
The files listed below could not be saved due to a sharing violation or disk write problem.
C:\Users\Dolphin\Documents\que tham dau.dwg

Edited by: Seabest on Mar 30, 2010 9:42 PM Edited by: Seabest on Mar 30, 2010 9:43 PM
*Dean Saadallah
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Re: Convert 2007 file to 2004

03-30-2010 02:50 PM in reply to: cds840s
Post the dwg file

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designer_tigger
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Message 6 of 9 (3,772 Views)

Re: Convert 2007 file to 2004

07-15-2010 08:47 AM in reply to: cds840s

I tried to convert from 2010 to 2007.

I am receiving the same error.

The drawing is saved on my desktop.

Is there a fix?

 

Tonia

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cindy
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Registered: ‎09-30-2010
Message 7 of 9 (3,512 Views)

Re: Convert 2007 file to 2004

10-04-2010 01:37 PM in reply to: cds840s

Has anyone come up with a solution for this yet?

 

I use the 32-bit version of DWG TrueView on my computer and I can convert a file no problem.

 

I use the 64-bit version on a colleagues computer and get the error message that the file could not be saved due to a sharing violation or disk write problem.

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 

-Cindy

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Tompax
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Re: Convert 2007 file to 2004

12-07-2010 09:04 AM in reply to: cds840s

I don't know how but i managed to solve this problem (it occured to me too).

 

In the window "DWG Convert" double-click on "convert to 2007 (in-place)", or in your case the 2004 line. A new window opens. Change File Format in the dropdown list to DWG trueview 2007/ Autocad 2007 drawing format. Now try again to convert your file, it worked for me.

 

Tom

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korgy
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Registered: ‎04-25-2007
Message 9 of 9 (1,360 Views)

Re: Convert 2007 file to 2004

03-12-2013 08:06 PM in reply to: Tompax

Tompax's solution (above) didn't work for me, but it gave me the hint to figure a solution that DID work.

 

double-click on the "convert to [2004][2007][2010] (in place)"  ...just as Tompax says.

 

under "Conversion package type" you have a list of choices.  i chose "Zip" (rather than "in-place").  i also checked the

"check and fix errors" box on the right -- but i dont think that was it.

 

in any case, the new Zip file worked just fine.  file opens up now.

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