Wondering if anyone can help
I am working on Inventor 12, previously Inventor 10 and recently (approx 4 months ago while I was still on Inventor 10), all of a sudden, if I tried to open a drawing where components had been deleted for example, it would not try and resolve the links, just straight crash the program.
Is anyone having or heard of a similar problem? My computer is on a network if that helps.
Does this happen with any drawing, or one in particular? Please post computer/OS specs.
(Note: using shortened names for Inventor versions can be confusing, because Autodesk changed names from actual version numbers to fiscal years in 2007; there was an Inventor 10 about four years before Inventor 2010 (version 14)).
Always much better to open the IAM first and resolve links there, than in a IDW / drawing file.
Sorry i meant opening a .iam wont resolve the links and its only recently started doing it.
Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
Nvidia Quadro 2000
2 x Quad Core Intel i7 2600 CPU @ 304GHz
Single user on the this computer but the program is used across the company via licenses. No vault.
It does it to both, it crashes the .iam if i try to open that too.
It does it to any assembly. I know this seems to have baffled a few people! Im beginning to this its something to do with the servers and not Inventor.
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