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bob_forrest
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FATAL ERROR

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11-13-2001 10:47 PM
since loading AMD6 keep getting fatal error message when loading 1 or more drawings. especially when exiting from a drawing. Has this something to do with the way amd 6 stores the xref and then unloads when exiting from a drawing.
New system with 540MB ram 40gb hard disk, win 2000. and pentium 4 1600mhz
"FATAL ERROR: Unhandled Access Violation Reading 0x407b5c14 Exception at 6540bfa9h"
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egalicki
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Re: FATAL ERROR

11-23-2001 01:29 AM in reply to: bob_forrest
Hi

I get that a lot, too. Only with certain drawings though, It also did it in MDT3 and MDT 5 with some of them. Something inside me thinks it has to do with memory and swap file weaknesses in the ADESK area - but I'm not sure. I would like to know. I see some of them do not do this if you do save and then exit separately.

Let me know if you find out what it is.

Ed Galicki
San Diego
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Shinobi
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11-23-2001 05:39 AM in reply to: bob_forrest
Ed & Bob, please read my reply for Top 10 Somthing etc. Read carefully about the main thing. It is related to all drawings that were created in previous releases, as it arise from all my previous experience (since ACAD R13).
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paoki
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11-26-2001 11:07 AM in reply to: bob_forrest
IT IS DEFINITELY SOMETHING IN THE AUTODESK SOFTWARE,
IT IS THE ONLY PROGRAM I RUN THAT CRASHES CONSTANTLY AND CREATES FATAL ERRORS IN MEMORY LOCATIONS...

PAUL
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Shinobi
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11-26-2001 06:45 PM in reply to: bob_forrest

I'd rather said this is an incompatibility between Autodesk software and Win98 memory management system. Win2k has no such problems. (But this is in my opinion, maybe somebody can tell an interesting things about Win2k or something else.)

Shinobi

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ssikora
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11-26-2001 09:47 PM in reply to: bob_forrest
I beg to differ...I am running MDT 6 on Win2k and still get this error. Usually...if i go back in after it boots me out, and do AMRECOVER on the file, there are errors in it and once they are fixed I no longer get that error.
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egalicki
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09-13-2005 09:42 AM in reply to: bob_forrest
Have you seen anything new since your post about that exception error that stopped in W2K? I still get it and now and even more when I'm not quitting the drawing but in process. Used to be I had to save the drawing file then exit cad - exit with save would cause the exception. Now I get many of these while just working on drawing models. This is a MDT6 re-install. I did a reinstall to correct some things that fouled my installation. This is far worse. Crashes out of cad in front of my client. He's now very nervous.

Thanks

Ed Galicki
*Mike Dickason \(Autodesk\)
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09-13-2005 10:02 AM in reply to: bob_forrest
Ed,

What does the AMVER command report for your installation?

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