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pls house, i dont know whats is happening when ever i want to import another thing like plants or another background into the model.does that means i can not use the file anymore.pls help

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Try purge (to remove unused entities) the drawing and then audit(to fix errors if any are present.) If not you need to isolate the offending object, in the meanwhile add you background in photoshop or similar.

Send a copy of the model using this upload link and I'll take a look at it.  Likely you're running out of address space on your 32 bit system, but I won't be able to tell for sure until I see it here.

I did take a look at this.  Once again the culprit is the model units.  What you've got here is a model drawn in millimeters, yet AutoCAD and nXt think the units are inches.  That makes the model off by a factor of 25.4.  Normally the units do not affect the memory usage-- but because you were using trees they had to be scaled way up and were requiring large amounts of memory.  I did the following:

 

  1. Changed the units to millimeters using the AutoCAD _UNITS command.
  2. Scaled down some of the materials since they are now wrong (I didn't get to all of them.)
  3. Deleted the trees and inserted new ones at a proper scale.
  4. I did delete the cars for this one-- but it's not necessary.  You should be able to handle them just fine on a 32 bit system.
  5. Changed the lighting to default-- also not necessary-- I just like it better.

This is actually a small, manageable, drawing once you take all of these steps.

 

thanks for your help, you are great.

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