If I switch back and forth from an .idw and .iam file while open simultaneously Inventor will say "Not Responding" and will do what I describe a a mini crash. The program will stay open but I lose all Inventor video on my screen temporarily until the program recovers. Does anyone know why this might be happening?
I get this occasionally with the last 2 or so releases (or maybe ever since Win7)...I thought thats normal..
yep mines done it about 10 times this morning already (I'm doing raytracing and saving a copy as png) During that process Inventor gets horribly bogged down and unresponsive. Windows pops up the not responding message and Inventor goes funky. At one time the Inventor program button in my taskbar even looked like Inventor had closed ( I thought it crashed) and another dialog poped up..something like ADApplication but then I just waited and it all came back finally.
I've been seeing this for the last few releases (like i said might just be since I upgraded to Win7-64) so Autodesk will blame it on Microsoft I'm sure but it seems to me Inventor isn't handling "high load" situations correctly as far as Microsoft is concerned. I can't remember any other program I have popping up a "not responding" message when its churning away. of course Inventor is alot more demanding that just about anything else I run.
Windows pops up the not responding message and Inventor goes funky.
I've been seeing this for the last few releases (like i said might just be since I upgraded to Win7-64)...
I noticed the same behavior when I first upgraded to Windows 7. I think there is some new feature in this OS that tries to detect if a program is not responding and to try to "fix" it for you. Sometimes this "fix" seems to involve terminating the program. I dug around in the settings and found some options to turn this off and I have never seen it since. See my reply to this post for more details about how to do that. I hope it's helpful.
Interesting.... I had both those settings turned on and now have turned them off. I will restart and see if that helps any.
also the button that comes up in the task bar is ADApplicationButton. (incase that helps anyone at autodesk fix this issue)
Thanks. I will check this out and see if it helps.
Didn't help me.. worth a shot though
Good afternoon, I'm having trouble trying to open a new project in Inventor 2010 Professional, whenever I open Inventor and click on New Project and click on the Inventor Standard (appears AdApplicationButton not responding) hangs only releasing with Ctrl + Alt + Del, the operating system is Windows 7 64-bit SP1 and Inventor are all SP inclusivce SP4. Computer is a Dell Precision T3500 with 8 gb ram and Nvidia FX1800, how do I solve the problem? Thank you and I await response
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