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acad mechanical 2006 crash to desktop

acad mechanical 2006 crash to desktop

acad mechanical 2006 crash to desktop

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I have been using acm2006 for some years now and never had this problem.  I have gotten drawings from another person using 2009 and swears that he "saved as" 2004 format.  I can open the drawing fine...but if I do anything other than zoom around.....acad error.....click "OK"....crash straight to the desktop.  Anyone having this problem? I can't seem to find any answers.

RE: acad mechanical 2006 crash to desktop

Sounds like it's more of a corrupt drawing issue than anything else...

Try starting a new ACM2006 drawing and inserting the offending drawing.  Then explode the drawing, this should strip it of any problem children.  You can also try the recover and audit commands as well.

HTH
Todd

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