Hey guys, I'm not sure how this started but yesterday afternoon I noticed that my computer was slowing up, BIG time. This thing's got dual quad core Xenons, 12gb DDR3, ATI FireGL V8600, etc. I could hear it processing something constantly and as I was in CAD I couldn't really do anything. When I opened the task manager and looked at the processes, "accoreconsole.exe" (an AutoCAD component) was using 10.5gb of memory. On my performance tab, my memory was maxed at 11.5gb for atleast a half hour.
Today, I dealt with it all day long by ending the process whenever I'd notice it on the list of processes, or if the computer suddenly began to lag. What the hell is this?
I've also been having trouble with Dropbox. Not sure if this would at all be related but, if I try to save a file to a shared dropbox folder, it gets to 81% and freezes with the (Not Responding) message up top. I can save just fine to my network folder though. HALP!
Hi, here's a thread with the same problem. No real good solutions but some ideas to try.
I saw that last week and was hoping there'd be more concrete info else where as the original topic of the thread wasn't about it being a memory problem for the user.
Did an uninstall/reinstall yesterday. Just saw this .exe come back and using 10.5gb of memory. How does one get Autodesk involved in something? This is ridiculous.
Are you running background publishing or ScriptPro?
According to this, accoreconsole.exe is part of "The AutoCAD 2013 Core Console"
I'm not sure why it would be running, unless its launched by some process to do some things in the background.
Back to your question....are you on subscription?
If so, log in and submit a support request.
It appears this only happens when I save the drawing. It doesn't run while I'm in the program until I do a Ctrl + S. Once saved, it starts up.
look to your services, is there a service active and running called something like "Autodesk Content Service"?
If it's active and running try to end the service and set it to disabled, then restart your system and try to reproduce that phenomenon.
I had that two time, one time the cache was defect (cache built from drawings for search functionality) and the other time I had to many drawings in my content-folders.
- alfred -
Had the same issue... I don't know why Autodesk doesn't test these programs before they release them.
I went into Program Files>>Autodesk>>>AutoCAD 2013
and deleted the exe file:accoreconsole
do not delete the corresponding dll file:"accore.dll" or your program will not start.
I would also copy accoreconsole.exe to another folder on your computer and save it so you can put it back if you have any issues...
I've only operated AutoCAD MEP 2013 with this removed successuflly for one day so far. No issues, and my workstation is breathing again.
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