Inventor General Discussion

Inventor General Discussion

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Auto Desk Inventor Insert Frame Not Working

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01-18-2013 10:30 AM

I have Autodesk Inventor 2012 running on my Windows XP 32 Bit computer. Whenever I try and insert a frame into an assembly, the following message apears:


* Problems encountered while executing frame insert command.

    - Failed to read data from Content Cetner.

          -Content Center server query failed. Please check your Content Center configurationt o make sure all required libraries are present or check Content Center cnnectivity to server.


So there was no content center files in my library, I then tried transfering the library files from Autdesk Inventor 2011. So far all the other content center files are working (bolted connection, spur gear, shaft) but I am still getting the same message. I am currently working on an iphones internet connection and the installation usb is in an office 300 km away. Can anyone help me solve this problem, post a link to download the content center or identify for me which content center file contains the frames.



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Re: Auto Desk Inventor Insert Frame Not Working

01-18-2013 06:00 PM in reply to: chrisrobson1

It sounds like the frame assembly contains CC parts that were created and stored in a diffent directory. Possibly this frame was created while you were working/connected to an office network and some/one of the components is located back at the office.

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