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Transfering NXT to new computer
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For Roy Hirshkowitz,       Just had a new computer custom built for me with 64 bit system. This to prevent AutoCad 2013 from crashing when I'm using NXT. They both work fine, but just eat up too much…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Roy Hirshkowitz Jul 10, 2012.

NXT & AutoCad 2013
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I have updated to AutoCad Architecture 2013. Loaded NXT, which works fine, however, a little way into the job, I get a "AutoCad is running out of memory and will shut down" message. I've never had…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Roy Hirshkowitz Jun 19, 2012.

nxt patch for autocad 2012
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Just updated to Autocad Architectural 2012. Need to get a patch so NXT will work with it.Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Larry McLean Dec 15, 2011.

 

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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Larry McLean's discussion Transfering NXT to new computer
"64-bit AutoCAD must be paired with 64-bit nXt.  Just grab it off of the download page and install it.  Enter your CD-Key when prompted by the nag screen. "
Jul 10, 2012
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Transfering NXT to new computer

For Roy Hirshkowitz,       Just had a new computer custom built for me with 64 bit system. This to prevent AutoCad 2013 from crashing when I'm using NXT. They both work fine, but just eat up too much memory when together. Could you tell me what the procedure is for downloading NXT onto my new computer. Also is there 64 bit NXT.  Thank youLarry McLeanSee More
Jul 10, 2012
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Larry McLean's discussion NXT & AutoCad 2013
"See this article if you've got a 32-bit system.  If you've got a 64-bit system it's something else."
Jun 19, 2012
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NXT & AutoCad 2013

I have updated to AutoCad Architecture 2013. Loaded NXT, which works fine, however, a little way into the job, I get a "AutoCad is running out of memory and will shut down" message. I've never had this problem before when running NXT with other versions of Autocad. I've turned off all other non essential programs that automatically open at start up. Even disabled my anti virus programs for a while to see if that would help, but it didn't.There's no problem when I run Acad 2013 by itself, and as…See More
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Maciej replied to Maciej's discussion Stained glass
"Ok, problem solved.  :)BW shadows on alpha channel ground. Everything is ok with any groundplane, provided NO alpha channel. Thanks fo being helpful, gentlemen."
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Maciej replied to Maciej's discussion Stained glass
"Peter, Settings as indicated, but png decal. Should it matter?"
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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Large render
"Nope-- Windows is a virtual memory system.  If enough RAM isn't present the system will use available disk space (swapfile).  It's just slower."
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Peter Milner replied to Maciej's discussion Stained glass
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"No PhotoShop. All plants are models with a few RPC. Ran a batch with this and several other camera images. Background is from Google Earth of Tucson, Arizona. Over all i am pleased with the output and no PS work... but i am always looking for tips…"
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Peter Milner replied to Peter Milner's discussion Large render
"The open file uses up 10Gb of RAM all the time it is open, not just at the start. So, if you haven't got 10Gb to spare, then you can't open it."
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