autocad 2004 error aborting fatal error unhandled access
Tapi terjadi juga di 2006 & 2007.
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AutoCAD Architecture 2008 crashes during startup - FATAL ERROR
On the command line you might see the command aecprojectbrowserstartup
and then you get a crash. It says something like: AutoCAD Error Aborting
- FATAL ERROR: Unhandled Access Violation Reading 0x0000 Exception at
cf77528h. The address cf77528h can be different each time.
Knowledge Base document: AutoCAD(r) Architecture crashes during startup
There is no need to uninstall SP1 as suggested in the KB unless you find
other reasons that SP1 is trouble for you.
Use REGEDIT.EXE (be careful though)
Locate the following key:
Set MC3OptIn to 0
This is the same as opting-out from Customer Involvement Program (CIP)
Either you can continue to not opt-in for CIP or you can select to not
Show Project Browser at Startup.
1. Start AutoCAD Architecture 2008.
2. Click Tools menu > Options.
3. In the Options dialog box, click the AEC Project Default tabs.
4. Select the Show Project Browser at Startup option.
5. Click OK.
6. Click Help menu > Customer Involvement Program.
7. Select Yes.
8. Click OK.
Update: This is now fixed
I was working with Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2007 when I started to
get this error. After a couple of times I noticed that it happened when
I clicked on the File menu. I did not want to reinstall and wondered
what it could be. Other menues worked well so I thought about the
Drawing History. I started to set Options>Open and Save>File Open>Number
of recently-used files to list to 0 and restarted ADT. Now I could
access the File menu. It also helped to delete this registry key:
I can reproduce the error editing the key File1. When it is C:\ADT2007
ABC spaces construct.dwg it crashes. This is a non existing drawing.
When changed to C:\test.dwg that also is non existing it does not crash.
What if it was related to the lenght. I tried
C:\12345678901234567890123.dwg and it crashed and
C:\1234567890123456789012.dwg without getting a crash. Oh well.
But I want the history and I want to be able to use names with more than
17 characters including .dwg. I've used files with names like this
before and it worked so it's probably something else related to this
problem. Still not satisfied I searched the Knowledge Base and found
TS1061587 that was about the same error message but the issue was not
related. I tried to enable hardware acceleration as the solution was and
what do you know. It solved the problem. For a moment. Then it returned
again. Workaround found but not satisfied with it. Let's see if the ADT
Error Report's I sent in to Autodesk helps... If you know of a solution
please add a comment.
Update! The problem has started to happen in AutoCAD 2007 as well.
2007-04-07 Update! A solution is found. See this KB document. This error
will occur if an incorrect version of a Microsoft DLL file MFC80U.DLL
exists on the computer.
There may be similar instructions for cleanly uninstalling Revit - I
could not find any quickly on the Revit support site, but you may have
more motivation (and luck) than I have:
Source : http://discussion.autodesk.com
Re: Drawing corrupted
Have you tried to open other drawings to make sure that it is that
particular drawing that causes the problem.
You can try inserting the drawing into a new drawing.
You can also try a partial open. Open one layer at a time until you get
error. Then open all the layers but the one that contains the bad
Wblock out what you have. You'll lose the one layer but it's better than