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AutoCAD error message

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02-03-2003 06:16 PM
I have some installation of autocad 2002 - os windows XP
network license.

On two of them when execute the command DIMENSION - STYLE
AutoCAD show the following error:
exception in C:\programs... \acdim.arx ARX command
unhandled exception C0000005 (access Violation reading 0x1110ff0 at address 6544bAB7h
Fatal error
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Registered: ‎02-05-2003
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Re: AutoCAD error message

02-05-2003 09:38 AM in reply to: giovanni.lombardi
Giovanni -
I have installed 2002, and I can crash it in 5 seconds - with your same error message. I have run Norton Systemworks - done the full boat things, ending up with a disc optimization, disabled every TSR I could, reinstalled 2002, and still no go, same error message. I'm on a stand-alone system running XP Pro, plenty of RAM, and HD space. If you are ever so lucky as to solve this problem, I'd appreciate hearing about what you did, since I'm stumped. Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.

Rob
rcsteinway@earthlink.net
*milana, jerry
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Re: AutoCAD error message

02-05-2003 10:16 AM in reply to: giovanni.lombardi
Crashes throwing errors at this address have been
associated with access problems such as insufficient user rights or modified
security profiles.

 


 


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I
have some installation of autocad 2002 - os windows XP
network license.

On two of them when execute the command DIMENSION - STYLE
AutoCAD show
the following error:
exception in C:\programs... \acdim.arx ARX command

unhandled exception C0000005 (access Violation reading 0x1110ff0 at
address 6544bAB7h
Fatal error

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