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Casusa

Hi.


I did a job on Autocad 2017, MAC with several files. I sent it to the client who has Autocad 2005, Windows 10.
Converted drawings for Autocad 2004.
The client opens all but one of the files. This error message appears:

 

"Can not find the specified drawing file please check that there is a disk in the drive and the file exists."

 

I have already copied it for a new drawing, recorded it on all the available versions and it always gives the same message.

 

How to solve the problem

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Casusa
On 7/12/2019 at 2:21 PM, Cad64 said:

 

 

Hi.

 

Yes, but did not find any errors.


About Autodesk's tip, it didn't solve anything.
Strange, Of all files this only happens to 2.

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ReMark

Try WBlocking the entire drawing out and doing a "save as" under a different name.  Open the "new" drawing and see what happens.  Does the message reappear?

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Cad64
On 10/11/2019 at 5:57 AM, Casusa said:

About Autodesk's tip, it didn't solve anything.

Strange, Of all files this only happens to 2.

 

There were several tips in that Autodesk article. None of them solved the problem?

 

Can you provide the affected files for us to take a look at? You can delete anything proprietary from the files, if that's an issue. 

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SLW210
On ‎7‎/‎12‎/‎2019 at 6:47 AM, Casusa said:

Autocad 2005, Windows 10

I would start my investigation there, if ALL of the steps in the posted link didn't work. All kinds of strange occurrences of things reported to happen using older AutoCAD on Windows 10.

 

Have you tried saving to an even older version of AutoCAD or tried DXF?

 

Other than that, try a NON-MAC version (is it running a Windows version on MAC or the MAC version) to save the files down, see if someone with a newer version of AutoCAD Windows can open them, tell the client to get a newer version and/or try the latest DWG TrueView (FREE).

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