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I lost my all toolbar from autocad 2007 & 2012 .. please help

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rajivkha2007

I am using auto-cad 2007 on Saturday,suddenly my auto cad get fatal error and it closed, after that i reopen it but there's no toolbar in it. i re-installed it also but still same problem. i tried another version also but still no toolbar in it.

 

for your reference screenshot attached.

 

please help

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Command: -TOOLBAR

 

Enter toolbar name or [ALL]: Standard

 

Enter an option [show/Hide/Left/Right/Top/Bottom/Float] : accept the default by pressing the Enter

 

The Standard toolbar should now be displayed on your screen.

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rajivkha2007

after entering TOOLBAR command some error has come "Unable to open file "acad.cui""

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Did you include the dash as well? It's -toolbar.

 

Did you try loading the acad.cui?

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rajivkha2007

after following you steps nothing happen .

 

how can i load acad.cui ? please suggest

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Use the CUILOAD command.

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rajivkha2007

there is nothing in profile folder

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Did you type CUILOAD at the command line? Yes or No? What happened next?

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rajivkha2007

ya i types cuiload than new window appear which say to load acad.cui file but when i browse it to profile folder it empty

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Sounds like you have a bad install. You can try a REPAIR of installation.

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rajivkha2007

ya i have repair and re installed it also.. even i have installed another version but problem still here

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AutoDesk has a multi-step procedure for uninstalling their software. Did you follow that procedure to the letter?

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rajivkha2007

ya i have delete user files also by uninstallation process

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That doesn't sound like you followed the complete procedure to me. Unless you do ever step of the process, in order, you are setting yourself up for failure.

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rajivkha2007

beleive me i did.. again i am uninstalling it again

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This is the procedure you should be following. Read it carefully. Follow it exactly.

 

http://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/autocad/troubleshooting/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/How-to-remove-all-Autodesk-products-from-a-Windows-system.html

 

When you do install AutoCAD create a Windows Restore point first then temporarily disable the UAC and your anti-virus program.

 

If the problem doesn't finally go away you may have to wipe your hard drive and start all over from scratch.

 

Where did you get your copies of AutoCAD 2007 and 2012?

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rajivkha2007

thanks buddy i follow the step and re install it now its as earlier thanks a lot :D

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rajivkha2007

can i use to different auto cad version in same PC. is it okay or it will create any problem

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There should be no problem. I've had as many as five different versions on one computer. However, before installing the second version create a Windows Restore point.

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