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Thu, Apr 20, 2006 at 1:33:19 PM | revit crash

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I am working a small residential project and recently encountered a problem opening the file. Apparently the file is corrupt because I either get an error message stating "failed to open document" or "an unrecoverable error has occurred. The program will now be terminated. All of your data has been recently saved, so there is no need to create recovery files." All of the backups reveal the same message. Anyone have a solution? Thanks. Mason

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Fri, Apr 21, 2006 at 12:49:50 AM | RE: revit crash

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try auditing before you open the file, if that failes, go back to an earlier save... but the audit should fix it. if you have a corrupt database you can send the file to Autodesk and they can fix it...

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Mon, Dec 18, 2006 at 2:11:35 AM | revit crash

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I have someone with the same continuous error. He says it happens every hour or so. No reason at all.

Here is a screenshot of the error... we've tried 'auditing' as above but still receive the error. 



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Tue, Dec 19, 2006 at 2:27:28 AM | revit crash

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Just to update on the situation this was a solution i was given. I will let you know if this fixed the problem or not. 
 
"This is most likely caused by the graphics hardware on the system, and or the drivers.
 
Revit is sensitive to hardware and driver quality and works best with workstation class hardware.  More information on your current setup would be needed to determine whether this is an issue, but at the very least obtain the latest driver software for your graphics hardware.
 
Also, heat build up inside the machine can cause unpredictable errors such as this one, also due to the graphics system struggling under load.  Make sure the machine is clean internally as dust builds up quickly and all fans are operational.  Heatsinks and cooling mechanisms should also be cleaned so they operate efficiently.  You should engage the services of a competent computer technician to check and clean these components, plus install all the latest drivers for your installed hardware."

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Quoting eldados from 2006-04-20 19:49:50

Ho"try auditing before you open the file, if that failes, go back to an earlier save... but the audit should fix it. if you have a corrupt database you can send the file to Autodesk and they can fix it... "

How do we send to Revit?  I am getting an error every time I use the grid tool.  I can't use it without  crashing.  I detcahed from central and audited, still no go.  I am trying to figure out how to recover my back up files from the folder that is automatically created when a central file is created. 

 

Any ideas how to do this?  


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Wed, Dec 24, 2008 at 2:57:24 PM | masonp

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Quoting masonp from 2006-04-20 08:33:19

"I am working a small residential project and recently encountered a problem opening the file. Apparently the file is corrupt because I either get an error message stating "failed to open document" or "an unrecoverable error has occurred. The program will now be terminated. All of your data has been recently saved, so there is no need to create recovery files." All of the backups reveal the same message. Anyone have a solution? Thanks. Mason"

Hi masonp,

I've have the same problem and I've reinstall Revit.

Try doing the same may be it'll help.


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Thu, Jun 20, 2019 at 1:42:53 PM | eldados

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Quoting eldados from 2006-04-20 19:49:50

"try auditing before you open the file, if that failes, go back to an earlier save... but the audit should fix it. if you have a corrupt database you can send the file to Autodesk and they can fix it... "

Thank you, man.I was striggling with a model made in parts with another softares, and this helped me out.

 


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