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BriLav123

I was copying part of a large file and ended it before it was done and the program froze---now even after shutting down and restarting--- when I try to open autocad 2000, all I get is ---Fatal Error : Unhandled e06d7363h exception at 7593d36fh ---and then it closes. does anyone know how to get past this?

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Jack_O'neill

Try running a "recover" on that file, see if that fixes it. The crash probably corrupted some bit of data.

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SLW210

Try running a repair on AutoCAD 2000.

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ReMark

I tried that error message over at the AutoDesk website but got no hits.

 

You were trying to copy from one drawing to another when the problem occurred?

 

Have you tried shutting down AutoCAD then restarting it?

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SLW210
---now even after shutting down and restarting---

 

OP claims to have shut down and restart. :roll:

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ReMark

Correction: Have you tried shutting down your computer then restarting? A "cold boot" as in power off completely, wait 20 seconds, then power back up.

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SLW210

For the record...

 

From PC Mag

 

Definition of: cold boot

 

Starting the computer by turning power on. Turning power off and then back on again clears memory and many internal settings. Some program failures will lock up the computer and require a cold boot to use the computer again. In other cases, only a warm boot is required.

 

Definition of: warm boot

 

Restarting the computer by performing a reset operation (pressing reset, Ctrl-Alt-Del, etc.) while the computer is still turned on. The restart does not turn the power off.

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BriLav123
Correction: Have you tried shutting down your computer then restarting? A "cold boot" as in power off completely, wait 20 seconds, then power back up.

 

Yes

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ReMark

See post #3.

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BriLav123
I tried that error message over at the AutoDesk website but got no hits.

 

You were trying to copy from one drawing to another when the problem occurred?

 

Have you tried shutting down AutoCAD then restarting it?

 

Yes, I was trying to copy to paste into a new drawing but never got that far and yes I tried shutting down AutoCad and rebooting several times --with no luck

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ReMark

I'm not 100% positive AutoCAD 2000 had a Repair option. Can anyone here confirm?

 

If it doesn't then you would have to reinstall the software.

 

Did you do any customizing?

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BriLav123

No customizing

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ReMark

That's good. You won't overwrite anything of importance then.

 

Do you have any custom linetypes, hatch patterns or fonts stored with the corresponding AutoCAD folder that you need to copy or move first? How about any lisp routines?

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SLW210

Pretty sure AutoCAD 2000 has Repair option, I will check when I get home this evening.

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resullins

Boys boys, you're both pretty!

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Grant

Best way I think would be to re-install as sometimes a repair doesn't work. If you have to do a repair then I think a re-install is better for your time!

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BriLav123
That's good. You won't overwrite anything of importance then.

 

Do you have any custom linetypes, hatch patterns or fonts stored with the corresponding AutoCAD folder that you need to copy or move first? How about any lisp routines?

 

Nothing custom

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Jack_O'neill

I'm sorry, I misread your original post. I thought you were having trouble opening that file again. Dug around on the Autodesk site, and all I can find about similar situations says to uninstall and reinstall.

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SLW210
Best way I think would be to re-install as sometimes a repair doesn't work. If you have to do a repair then I think a re-install is better for your time!

 

Not really, you should always try a REPAIR first, then a REMOVE/INSTALL, IF a REPAIR does not work. Search the WWW for reason why you should do this.

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