Two things need your confirm,:
1 What's version DWG TrueView installed on your machine?If older than 2012, I would suggest you to uninstall all the older version DWG TrueView, then install 2012 version.
2 Can you import other DWG files?
Here is a workflow you can use and see whether it can fix your problem.
Close Inventor process, run "cmd" command from Windows Start menu
In Cmd window, change directory to Inventor installation folder by typing command like
cd "C:\Program Files\Autodesk\Inventor 2012\bin"
Then type below command to register Inventor
Run Inventor, copy and paste geometries from AutoCAD to Inventor 2d sketch.
Thanks for the suggestion. I tried the install script through the DOS prompt, but Inventor still crashes.
I have DWG True View 2012 installed. Also, I am at SP1 on Inventor. I updated my Windows 7 software to be the latest and greatest.
I don't think it is a graphics card issue since the same problem occurs on my laptop which is running off a graphics chip.
We have tried all the possible solutions I can think. Since you stated that you have the same problem on both machine, then I think maybe something conflict with inventor, would you please try to run in diagnostic mode, see if the problem can be reproduced?
Run in diagnostic mode:http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/ps/dl/item?si
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Just to close this thread out...
After many trials and tribulations, it appears that my personal profile in Windows 7 was corrupted somehow and that is what is not allowing me to cut & paste CAD. I can login to my computer as a local administrator to get around this and everything works. My IT guy had a tough time rebuilding my profile so I am stuck for now until I get a new workstation in a month.
If you are having the same problem, try to login to your computer as a local administrator (not to your company's network) and see if that fixes the problem.