Yes I have been discussing this issue with my team this morning actually to see what steps we should take next. Thanks for confirming it's the avast issue.
Hello it's me again.
After I finally could install Inventor 2014 on my laptop, I hadn´t used it until now. I just got another surprise as I was trying to create a part and after Inventor had loaded more or less the new Part-Window, my screen went black for around 2 seconds, after that it would show again Inventor, and right away I get a message: "Display driver Intel Graphics Accelerator Drivers for Windows 7® stopped responding and has successfully recovered". The problem is, when I try working back with Inventor it won´t answer anymore or just partially. I can close the Part-Window and open a new one, but the same thing happens and when I try working on the part I cannot, because the whole window is grey, although it shows as if I were actually working on a new sketch, when I click on creating "create sketch".
I have also tried downloading the drivers directly from intel´s website but I haven´t found the right one yet. Every time I try a new one, I get "this system does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the software"
I would really appreciate if you could help me again.
If the issue doesn't go away after a reboot you may want to consider performing a windows system restore to a time before the driver crash.
In regards to the driver update, in some case you may need to find the driver on the computer manufaturers website (Dell, HP, Lenovo, ect.) instead of the video card Manufacturer's website (Intel, Nvidia, ect.). This is because some computer manufaturers use propriatary drivers.
I had installed inventor 14 on my windows 8 pc and it was working fine until i updated to windows 8.1.
I started getting "Error 0xC0000142".
After that i uninstalled inventor and tried to reinstall it but it says the language pack is already installed for the english language even though i did a clean uninstallation.
Below i have attached a file...please tell me what to do since m unable to use it.
Thanking you in advance
I am afraid Inventor 2014 isn't tested or supported on windows 8.1 yet. I would suggest reverting back to window 8 if you encounter any trouble and await a service pack or update that adds compatibility for that operating system.
How can I go back to windows 8? It's not like you get an install disk or anything.
Microsoft had my computor for 4 hours tonight and couldn't get it to work.
Thanks for your reply.
I am not aware of aware of a way to revert back from windows 8.1 so I suspect you will need to format the drive and re-install the OS from the recovery discs or recovery partitions of your system. You may need to consult your computer manufacturer for instructions to do this. Here is a resource from microsoft where you might be able to see what softwares are found to be working in windows 8.1 for future reference.
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