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Almost 5 min ago this error, any idea????????????

 

Acad 2012

some external reference

some rpc

file is 250 mb

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32 or 64 bit?

64

No clue then.  If it's a reproducible error I'm very interested in the model.

Roy, the model it's 250 MB

You might be able to upload a zipped version.

You could also try simplifying the thing and see if it still crashes.

I try to use a HIDRI that it's HD 56.5 mb and also insert a aereal photo jpg as image in Autocad and the same picture as a decal in NXT it could be the problem. Now I remove de image from Acad and the HIDRI and still crash. I open a new DWG and insert as a block, explode it and purge, right now it's running pretty good.

Just "as is" no settings exterior day light, 11 min. 7 phases, let me make set the light some enviroment things and see what happen...

 

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