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*Keller, Kent
Message 21 of 67 (56 Views)

Why? Why? Why? Why?...

11-05-2002 11:16 PM in reply to: edarlak
Try turning off the content library in the Addins dialog and see if that
helps.

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Kent Keller
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"ehalberg" wrote in message
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> Part of your problem is probably the memory leak that R6 seems to have at
the moment. If you can watch the memory usage by process, you'll see it
continue to creep up until it bogs your machine down. I'm really hoping they
fix this in the patch. Just out of curiosity, why did you switch from Solid
Works? The reason I ask is that next week, I'm going to be evaluating SW
because Inventor is so bad my boss wants to switch.
> -Erik
>
*Streich, Keith
Message 22 of 67 (56 Views)

Why? Why? Why? Why?...

11-06-2002 12:00 AM in reply to: edarlak
See below about Norton Software, are you running
any?  If so. go through the threads may help speed things up.

 

 


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...Is
R6 so &*^%&^$ SLOW?!!!

WHY??????????

P4 1.6 GHz
1 GB PC 800 RDRAM
PNY XGL 750

5.3 ran a heck of a lot faster than R6 IN EVERY FACET OF THE SOFTWARE!!!!!

Management was complaining how much slower we are on Inventor than we used
to be on SolidWorks, NOW I HAVE TO TELL THEM INVENTOR IS EVEN SLOWER!
GREAT!!!!

*Klimek, Kyle
Message 23 of 67 (56 Views)

Why? Why? Why? Why?...

11-06-2002 12:07 AM in reply to: edarlak
Make sure you're not using Norton Antivirus. 
I thought the same thing, realized it's so slow due to problems with the CDilla
Licensing that Autodesk products use and the Norton (Symantec) line of
products.  If so, disable the "Auto-Protect" feature and you'll notice it
speed up tenfold.


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...Is
R6 so &*^%&^$ SLOW?!!!

WHY??????????

P4 1.6 GHz
1 GB PC 800 RDRAM
PNY XGL 750

5.3 ran a heck of a lot faster than R6 IN EVERY FACET OF THE SOFTWARE!!!!!

Management was complaining how much slower we are on Inventor than we used
to be on SolidWorks, NOW I HAVE TO TELL THEM INVENTOR IS EVEN SLOWER!
GREAT!!!!

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edarlak
Posts: 134
Registered: ‎12-08-2003
Message 24 of 67 (56 Views)

Re: Why? Why? Why? Why?...

11-06-2002 12:08 AM in reply to: edarlak
We use Inoculate for virus protection. However, I'll try exiting it before running IV for the next few days.
*Radlin, David
Message 25 of 67 (56 Views)

Why? Why? Why? Why?...

11-06-2002 12:10 AM in reply to: edarlak
I don't approve of it but that seems to be the
trend.

 

Dave


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So
then, are we to wait for the SP1 after every release? It's probably not a bad
idea, but I'm noy sure it's what we are paying for.
*Dotson, Sean
Message 26 of 67 (56 Views)

Why? Why? Why? Why?...

11-06-2002 12:21 AM in reply to: edarlak
"with the CDilla Licensing that Autodesk products
"

 

FYI: I believe only beta, educational and non-US
versions use CDILLA... (oh and R1 and R2 did too<g>)

 

I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm
wrong...


--
Sean Dotson, PE

href="http://www.sdotson.com">http://www.sdotson.com

...sleep is for the
weak..
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Make sure you're not using Norton
Antivirus.  I thought the same thing, realized it's so slow due to
problems with the CDilla Licensing that Autodesk products use and the Norton
(Symantec) line of products.  If so, disable the "Auto-Protect" feature
and you'll notice it speed up tenfold.


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
...Is
R6 so &*^%&^$ SLOW?!!!

WHY??????????

P4 1.6 GHz
1 GB PC 800 RDRAM
PNY XGL 750

5.3 ran a heck of a lot faster than R6 IN EVERY FACET OF THE
SOFTWARE!!!!!

Management was complaining how much slower we are on Inventor than we
used to be on SolidWorks, NOW I HAVE TO TELL THEM INVENTOR IS EVEN SLOWER!
GREAT!!!!

*Jaquith, Walt
Message 27 of 67 (56 Views)

Why? Why? Why? Why?...

11-06-2002 12:54 AM in reply to: edarlak
Catch 22. The new release comes out, and nobody trusts it, so nobody loads
it up, so nobody finds out what's broken, so what do they put in the service
pack? The industry upgrades in waves like stop-and-go traffic during rush
hour on the freeway, and on the final service pack, the software actually
becomes fairly stable, three months before the next release.

WJ

"David Radlin" wrote in message
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> I don't approve of it but that seems to be the trend.
>
> Dave
> "edarlak" wrote in message
news:f120400.17@WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> So then, are we to wait for the SP1 after every release? It's probably
not a bad idea, but I'm noy sure it's what we are paying for.
>
*Caldwell, Larry
Message 28 of 67 (56 Views)

Why? Why? Why? Why?...

11-06-2002 01:04 AM in reply to: edarlak
Wonder why we call it "rush hour" not many folks rushing around far as I can
tell.
~Larry


"Walt Jaquith" wrote in message
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> Catch 22. The new release comes out, and nobody trusts it, so nobody
loads
> it up, so nobody finds out what's broken, so what do they put in the
service
> pack? The industry upgrades in waves like stop-and-go traffic during rush
> hour on the freeway, and on the final service pack, the software actually
> becomes fairly stable, three months before the next release.
>
> WJ
>
> "David Radlin" wrote in message
> news:527F55F8570262621A12B55BA465D58E@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> > I don't approve of it but that seems to be the trend.
> >
> > Dave
> > "edarlak" wrote in message
> news:f120400.17@WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> > So then, are we to wait for the SP1 after every release? It's probably
> not a bad idea, but I'm noy sure it's what we are paying for.
> >
>
>
*Yeandle, Laurence
Message 29 of 67 (56 Views)

Why? Why? Why? Why?...

11-06-2002 03:37 AM in reply to: edarlak
Larry, who pulled your chain...........
--
Laurence,
--

"Larry Caldwell" wrote in message
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> Wonder why we call it "rush hour" not many folks rushing around far as I
can
> tell.
> ~Larry
*Corbin, Brian
Message 30 of 67 (56 Views)

Why? Why? Why? Why?...

11-06-2002 04:54 AM in reply to: edarlak
AAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
CDILLA PLAIN (edited)
YES I AM YELLING (AT AUTODESK)WE HAVE TO DEAL
WITH THIS PEICE OF (edited) HERE IN NZ AND IT IS DRIVING ME INSANE (might add thats
been happening for a while)
I CANT EVEN RE_FORMATT MY HARD DRIVE TO TRY TO
CLEAN THINGS OUT COS IT (edited) MY INV LICENSE AND I CANT WORK FOR 3 DAYS WHILE
AUTODESK DEBATE ABOUT IF THEY WILL GIVE ME A NEW CODE OR NOT.
 
FORGETTING EVERYTHING OTHER PROBLEM I WOULD SWAP
SOFTWARE JUST TO GET A DONGLE RATHER THAN BLOODY C-DILLA!!!!!!!!
 
OK so c-dilla is a touchy subject for us poor souls
branded as software pirates and criminals (even though we pay $15,000 for INV).
Its just WRONG!!!!!!!
 
 
Brian Corbin
CAD Sense
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