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Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 1:59:05 PM | Downloaded BIM objects from Revitcity freezes my Revit program

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Sometimes when i download a bim object from REvitcity and after I save it into my Imperial Library when I try to load the component it creates an terminal werror and revits closes. Can someone help me with it. I happens more often than not.

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Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 2:01:13 PM | Downloaded BIM objects from Revitcity freezes my Revit program

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You don't give enough information to really answer.  What is the size of the family?  What is your system?

 

Sounds like memory issues to me.


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Thu, Oct 1, 2009 at 2:55:57 PM | Downloaded BIM objects from Revitcity freezes my Revit program

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I am using a pentium 4 with 2.25 GB of ram and windows xp proffessional. I can add components from revit library ok but when I dadd components that have been downloaded into the library from revit city most of the times my revit arch 2009 stops running closes and save the file into a recovery file. There are times when I do not have a problem but it is rare.

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Thu, Oct 1, 2009 at 3:00:53 PM | Downloaded BIM objects from Revitcity freezes my Revit program

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I try to open the family to view it by itself no file open and I get "An urecovable error has occurred. The program will now be terminated. All your data has been recently saved, so there is no need to cretae a recovery file." The file is 108 kb.

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Thu, Oct 1, 2009 at 3:49:35 PM | Downloaded BIM objects from Revitcity freezes my Revit program

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Uou do have memory issues ... recommended minimum is 4 GB...

Clean your system.  Run cc-cleaner or someting similar.


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Thu, Oct 1, 2009 at 6:19:05 PM | Downloaded BIM objects from Revitcity freezes my Revit program

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I have downloaded bim objects as a single file download and it works fine with revit. The problem starts when I group several objects to download and they download in a zip file. When I unzip the file then apparantly it corrupts itself. creating the error in my program.

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