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Missing MEPContent?????

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bsigmon

Not sure how this happened, but im missing the MEPcontent.....

Autocad is now popping up an error on start about not being able to find the files.

 

Ugghh in options under the MEPCatalog tab are all of the MEP catalogs.

 

They're all pathed to C:\ProgramData\Autodesk\MEP 2013\enu\MEPContent\USM......

 

Unfortunately the MEPContent folder is blank. Anyone know what i can do to remedy this??? I am going to try and copy the same folder from my old system (MEP2010). hoping that will sync up

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RobDraw

Some of the content has probably changed since then. I would not recommend trying that.

 

 

A repair installation should replace the missing content.

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bsigmon

Will a repair installation cause any settings to be restored to default?

 

either way i already did what I said above before i read your recommendation. I has seemed to work so far........

 

I also, did a repair and it didnt seem to change anything.

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RobDraw

If you are happy with possibly having out of date content, then I guess you are all set. The content may not have changed much but the file format has definitely changed. You may be missing out on new features being present in the content. You may also get unnecessary error messages regarding format.

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Ski_Me

Did your computer update it's self recently? Windows updates have a habit of moving things that should not be moved.

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