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petercharles
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Spoon Plugin

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08-01-2010 02:51 PM

I downloaded the Spoon Plugin, ran it, got a message that it was sucessfully installed.... and ????

 

What happens next???

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Re: Spoon Plugin

08-09-2010 02:17 PM in reply to: petercharles

You should just double-click on the EXE and run the Inventor Fusion technology preview. As you use parts of the program that you don't have yet, it will automatically download the rest.



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Re: Spoon Plugin

08-09-2010 10:52 PM in reply to: petercharles

I double click on the exe, It says preparing to launch, then I get a message "The Spoon Plugin has been successfully installed", click OK then nothing!

 

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Re: Spoon Plugin

08-12-2010 03:41 AM in reply to: petercharles

I've tried this on my computer at work and find that an icon for Inventor Fusion 3.1 has appeared on my desktop!

 

Double clicking this launches Fusion, but then it crashes out before it finishes loading.

 

Any advice ????

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Re: Spoon Plugin

08-19-2010 09:21 AM in reply to: petercharles

To see what's going on, you should uninstall the sandbox, and purge anything that may be left behind and try again.

 

Steps

From Add/Remove programs find “Inventor Fusion Technology Preview 3.1” and run the uninstaller

From Add/Remove programs find “Spoon Sandbox Manager 3.21” and run the uninstaller

Open command prompt (cmd.exe)

Type: cd %appdata%

Type: cd ..

Type: cd local

Type: rd Spoon /S /Q

 

If there are any sandbox related files left behind this will have removed them all.

 

If problems persist, provide the following information:

OS (including 32bit or 64bit)?

Are you an admin on the system?

Amount of disk space available?

Network speed?

How far into the loading process does it get?  What is the last screen you see?



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