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Wed, Aug 29, 2007 at 4:49:01 PM | Corrupt Imported DWG files

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superelboogie


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I am having issues with my dwg files that I've imported becoming corrupt and crashing revit. Anyone with an answer pleeeeeeez!

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Tue, Sep 6, 2011 at 10:12:20 PM | Corrupt Imported DWG files

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For working out troubles with dwg data you can use recover dwg. It is able to view the results of restoring. The utility is compatible with all supported Windows OS. The tool is easy to use interface for any experienced users.


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Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 9:55:16 AM | Corrupt Imported DWG files

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emgeeo


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use the recover and audit features in autocad.

 

Open a drawing using the recover command.

Once opened, audit with the option to delete corrupted elements.


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Wed, May 10, 2017 at 10:49:29 PM | Corrupt Imported DWG files

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6 years later & I still had this same problem! In my case, there were so many imported DWGs in the model that I didn't even know which one crashed Revit Sad

For people desperately looking for a solution like I did, try to remove imported DWGs one by one and see which file is corrupt and delete it. You will probably need a Revit addin for this as there's currently no other way to see all imported DWGs in your file, unless it's small model. Addins like DWG Explorer can do this.

For me, I will make sure to only link dwgs from now on!


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