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Files missing, Vault and ACADE 2013 crash when "get folder" is used

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11-30-2012 02:32 PM

I am running AutoCAD Electrical and Vault Basic 2013 on a 64bit Windows 7 system.  Vault starts just find and shows the file structure of all of the projects and parts that we have.  But, when I click down through the folder structure, Vault shows that there are no files available.  It doesn't matter which folder I click or how old the folder is, the files are all "missing".  Speaking to my coworkers who have the exact same hardware and software setups, they all have the files available and their systems aren't giving them any issues.

 

When I try to highlight a folder and attempt to download the contents to my local computer, Vault will crash.  Trying to download the files through the Open function in AutoCAD Electrical will crash ACADE, throwing a "null error".

I've tried restarting the software, restarting my computer, repairing the software, reinstalling the software, and summoning Cthuhlu....nothing seems to work.  At the moment, there are no updates or hotfixes that fix the issue.

 

Any ideas?

Please check the following thread. It may be due to .NET 4.5

 

http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Autodesk-Vault/NET-4-5-Release-Candidate/m-p/3531118#M43354

 

 

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Re: Files missing, Vault and ACADE 2013 crash when "get folder" is use

12-02-2012 05:44 PM in reply to: MrElectrical

Please check the following thread. It may be due to .NET 4.5

 

http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Autodesk-Vault/NET-4-5-Release-Candidate/m-p/3531118#M43354

 

 



Senthil Kumar
Vault QA Team
Autodesk, Inc.


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