Monthly Archives: July 2010
I see a pattern developing here. A tech doc detailing system requirements for one version is posted one day, all versions the next. A little patience and I think I can cut down on my number of posts. If you are … Continue reading
Two things stand out to me in this tech doc: 1) 32-bit Civil 3D requires 4 GB of RAM in order to take advantage of the 3 GB switch, and; 2) Windows 7 and Vista operating systems offer superior memory management over the Windows XP … Continue reading
Those of you out there like me that struggle to keep up with such things may find this document very useful. It’s a list of Civil 3D hot fixes, updates, and service packs for the last nine releases. Almost.
For you Map 3D users – Autodesk has published a tech doc listing the minimum system requirements for the most recent versions of your software. AutoCAD Map 3D 2011 System Requirements AutoCAD Map 3D 2010 System Requirements AutoCAD Map 3D 2009 System Requirements … Continue reading
Autodesk is releasing a hotfix for AutoCAD Civil 3D 2011 to address the following issues: Missing Language Pack dialog – This hotfix resolve a specific issue where this dialog appears unexpectedly upon opening a drawing. Delay while opening drawings – … Continue reading
from Autodesk RSS Feed by firstname.lastname@example.org (autodesk) Autodesk is releasing a hotfix for AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009 to address the following issues: Missing Language Pack dialog – This hotfix resolve a specific issue where this dialog appears unexpectedly upon opening a … Continue reading
from Autodesk RSS Feed by email@example.com (autodesk) Is it just my imagination or are operating systems reproducing faster these days? Anymore it is not unusual to have multiple operating systems in one shop. This documant takes the mystery out of … Continue reading
from Autodesk RSS Feed by firstname.lastname@example.org (autodesk) This hotfix repairs a problem that causes AutoCAD Raster Design to crash upon exiting AutoCAD Map 3D 2011, AutoCAD Civil 3D 2011, or Autodesk Topobase 2011.
There is a new update out there so now is as good a time as any to post something about reinstalling Civil 3D. Occasionally, stuff happens that defies explanation and finding anything resembling a reasonable direction can be a challenge. … Continue reading