Ever Since I updated to Inventor Publisher 2011 R1 th eprogram crashes everytime Imouse over to the cube. The cube is missing the labels as seen in the attached screen shot.
I am running a Dell Precision M6500 with Win7 32Bit Core i7-620M with a NV Quadro 3800M graphics card. I have 4 GB of Ram and 1 GB VRAM. Is there a hotfix or a special graphics driver I need to fix this issue? It seems to be a graphics issue and I have tried several driver sets with no luck. I have also uninstalled and reinstalled the program twice.
I would like to send you a diagnostic tool to run on your machine which will produce a log file that contains the graphics specs for your machine. Could you please email me at email@example.com and tell me theif OS on your machine is 32 bit or 64-bit?
I could not send the attachment to your email, so here it is:
Please extract the AdskDiagOutput utility from the attached zip file.
Open a command window and navigate to the folder where you extracted the utility. Type :
AdskDiagOutput f> out.txt
The utility will run and generate the out.txt file. Please send me this file so I can examine it and pass it off to our graphics experts if necessary.
Unfortunately, this seems to be a new issue, and since your hardware passes minimum requirements with flying colors, the next thing to do is to make sure the code with the missing images is locatable by the software.
In your installation directory(something like C:\Program Files\Autodesk\Inventor Publisher 2011 R1), check to make sure that there is a sub-directory named en-us, and in that directory, a file named AutoCamRes.dll. If that file is present, then maybe we are misinterpreting your machine locale. Might you be using a non-american-english version of windows, or have the regional settings changed from the default ( If you don't know, its likely that everything is OK).
I found a copy of the file in the expanded setup files from when I installed the application. I added to folder you listed and it seems to have fixed the problem.
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