I have 2011 and 2012 inv but for some reason my content centre in 2011 is empty and when I check everything is in red and not available,it was fine and 2012 is fine,when I check its giving me a location and it ends in 2011 not 2012,I'd tried repair and reinstall so I'M lost at the minute and I'm a pretty new user so really need somebody to help in laymans terms to fix this as its stopped my tutorials in 2011 as I'M studying for pro exam in 2011 as passed the associate,tried for a week to work it out but dont have any books at the moment to help,any help would be appreciate as its in red a take it theirs a problem with file path?
ps.Had a few RSe stream issues too of recent and cant find work that I've done in 2011 no matter what project settings its on even the the ones I'd done the parts in,confused,I know its all training as these things will happen!!
Is the path correct in the Application Options under the Content Center Tab?
Can you navigate to the correct folder with Windows Explorer and the Content Center files are there?
Do you have 2011 and 2012 open at the same time?
If so, that will probably be the problem. Both 2011 and 2012 share the same namespaces in Windows which means that they are both using the same resources regardless of the disk addresses used.
Only use one version at a time.
Thanks for the reply,no I dont have both open at the same time so just can not figure out whats happened,I dont have anyone here who can even look at it,theirs one thing I could do but somebody would have to be willing to do it,if you have skype and a program called Mikogo-30 second download,I can take a skype call without video and using mikogo the other person can see my screen and their cursor will appear on my screen as well as my own,other than that I'm up a a river in a boat without paddles,very frustrating! At least with that somebody can actually see my set up and see if I've done something wrong or its some software issue!
There's an easier way to get remote help. I trust you are running Windows 7?
If so, from the desktop hit F1. Type in Remote Help + enter. Choose the entry, 'Get help with your computer using Windows Remote Assistance'.
Read through the information and when you are ready, send an invitation to me at 'trumpy81-at-optusnet-dot-com-dot-au'
Don't forget to decipher my email address
Once I get your invitation we can go from there. Hopefully you have a reasonably fast connection and the roll out of IPv6 wont affect us too much, but there are no guarantees.
Note: you may need to configure Remote Assistance and possibly open your windows firewall and your routers firewall in order to allow connection.
If you need help with any of that, email me.
Andy god bless ya buddy,I will do that this week,you have given me a bit to figure out but I will get there,and thanks your a gent,one things for sure I will learn more aswell,had a crash course in computors in the last 10 months:-),be in touch soon and take care....James
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