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Brandon W.
Posts: 9
Registered: ‎01-13-2005
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Manual File Upgrade Error

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05-10-2005 10:03 AM
Revit 7.0 running on Windows XP, SP2

File was able openable the day before, but now will not allow. The error message that comes up on the screen reads: "Data in file *.rvt needs to be manually upgraded. Please contact your Autodesk Revit service provider."

Any ideas as to what is causing the problem or how to go about fixing it?

Thanks
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Cadkiller
Posts: 225
Registered: ‎11-14-2003
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Re: Manual File Upgrade Error

05-10-2005 10:15 AM in reply to: Brandon W.
Brandon;

I would contact Revit support and send them the RVT file.

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Edward Borg
Precision Drafting LLC
*Chad
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Re: Manual File Upgrade Error

05-10-2005 09:08 PM in reply to: Brandon W.
We got that error yesterday, and we were using worksets, were you using the
same? It was working fine in the morning and then...

Sent it off to support, but support seem to be extremely slow at the moment
(usually very quick), maybe getting too many Q's from release 8.0. I'm still
waiting on requests from last week.

wrote in message news:4840180@discussion.autodesk.com...
Revit 7.0 running on Windows XP, SP2

File was able openable the day before, but now will not allow. The error
message that comes up on the screen reads: "Data in file *.rvt needs to be
manually upgraded. Please contact your Autodesk Revit service provider."

Any ideas as to what is causing the problem or how to go about fixing it?

Thanks
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