I derived in a part and I am trying to use a sketch from it in my new part.
I am trying to revolve my sketch and when I do I get this error.
I am using a English version, and I cant read chinese at all. Design doctor shows no errors, but this will not revolve. Tried Extruding and get the same error. When I try to revolve, it shows a preview of my part correctly, but when I click apply in the revolve dialog, that is when I get this error.
The files are attached and here is a video of my steps. In the zip file, the -M8.ipt needs the EOF marker moved all the way to the bottom.
Windows 7 x64 -12 GB Ram
Intel i7-930 @ 3.60ghz
nVidia GTS 250 -1GB (Driver 301.42)
INV Pro R2013, SP1.1
Vault Basic 2013
I am also getting this error sometimes..
It occurs mainly when trying to insert a custom content center member through the API. The weird thing is that it doesn't occur everytime. First I thought it had something to do with the Check In command of the Vault Addin, because turning off DWF creation at check in time solved the problem - or at least I thought. It came back after a while, so probably nothing to do with the Check in command as well..
Could somebody from Autodesk, please point out what could cause this Chinese error on a English version of Inventor? How can I get rid of this error? Any hotfixes?
Not going to admit I have a clue but can state this error is too generic to say that all possible instances where you would see this pop up could be related. Kirk's issue seems to be at the sketch level. see attached. Pim’s might be at the content center level but possible this CC part might have blocks in it? Depending on IDCL or MDF format I would run library through the update wizard located in project file, select the “Configure CC Libraries button above the “Done” button if you see a lightning bolt. Kirk for your file I will log it to development.
I am also getting this message. I have talked to Autodesk Technical support and they have sent it to development. I am now been rebuilding my assembly everyday since 12/6/2012 and have no answer. I just have to keep re doing the same work everyday (if I was in a joking mood I would reference Groundhogs day with Bill Murray).
My customer wanted a final design on 12/12. He is still (impatiently) waiting.
I am also getting this error. I have a layout sketch in an assembly which I am using to create sheet metal parts. I can edit a part in context of the assembly but then when I return to parent I get the error.
Looking at this thread it has been happening for a while.
Sure would be nice if AutoDesk had a fix.
Inventor 2013 SP2
I'm also having trouble tracking this one down.
Everything shows up-to-date. Design Doctor is happy. Yet warning comes up whenever assembly is loaded.
Here's the text of the error:
"An invalid version of a segment referenced from required segment DesignViewSegment was found in file mypath\a-part.ipt"
Kirk's issue seems to be at the sketch level. see attached............ Kirk for your file I will log it to development.
I happened to run across this error again on a totally different part. I saw your post from my previous issue. You had presummed that the problem that I had was because of a sick sketch. I fixed the sketch and I still get the same error message. I am now using Inventor 2015, not 2013 as before.
2015 Files are attached here.
Autodesk responded and we worked it through to a solution.
1. No lightning bolt update was showing
2. No Design Doctor red cross was showing
3. The part file I sent to Autodesk showed no issues, but continued to be referenced in the error message
4. No deliterious effects noted when working on the file, except knowing something was phooey
We ended up opening the referenced part file and doing a Save As. This cured it.
Don't know if a Save As would cure all issues showing this message, but it worked in may case.
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