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Wed, Aug 19, 2009 at 1:00:50 PM | Just Curious-My 2010 crashing post has 1,800 viewers & 4 pages of posts.........

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...............since April 24.  Is that a record for responses to one post?  I wonder if Autodesk, the Revit Hotshots, and the resellers are still saying there is no problem with 2010?

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Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 11:50:15 PM | Just Curious-My 2010 crashing post has 1,800 viewers & 4 pages of posts.........

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not even the 2010 record. i still say there is no problem, but then again I have the power of knowledge to assist me in my Reviteering.

 

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Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 12:51:46 PM | All kidding and ranting aside..............................

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.......................it seems at best that the transition from 2009 to 2010 was either a "bold leap forward in software power and sophistication that just requires a corresponding dramatic stepup in hardware, drivers, overall computer knowledge in the user, etc. to work" or it is a Microsoft Vista-like flop that will have hordes of Reviteers avoiding 2010 like so many have avoided Vista, all waiting on a reality check to come out in the next upgrade.

 Meanwhile, a lot of us are trying to stay alive in a very tough market, have 2009 working fine, and have yet to see the payback in 2010 that makes all of this anguish justifiable.  If 2009 is working fine, ain't broke with the present hardware, why in the world would anyone WANT to take the time and money that appears to be required to "fix your setup" in order to have 2010 work as well?

Sorry about not being able to put all of my ranting aside.  I am not the only disappointed Revit user, I think.


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Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 1:31:34 PM | Just Curious-My 2010 crashing post has 1,800 viewers & 4 pages of posts.........

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I too have knowledge assisting me!

 

Such as the knowledge that my computer was above the minimum requirements, had all current drivers for both mobo and graphics card, good working RAM, no viruses or ad/spy/malware, etc. etc. and still wouldn't run Revit 2010 for more then a couple hours without crashing!


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