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Tue, Dec 18, 2007 at 3:04:32 PM | File is "past it's end"

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Hello world! I jsut received an interesting message from Revit Architecture 2008 when i attempted to open my file this morning... it stated "could not open 3064-1.rvt because it has been accessed past it's end" or something to that matter-  The only thing i know is that i cannot open it. Anyone know what is going on and how i can get my file back? i have some of the backup files, but the work was not totally updated, so i opened one of them and did a "save as" so at least i have something to work with....YIKES!

Last night before i left work i was in a different file and i got a fatal error and revit shut down unexpectedly without a recovery option for the file i was working on. dotn know if this will come into play, but i have never had a fatal error in revit before (usually reserved for autoCAD 2004)


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Tue, Dec 18, 2007 at 3:11:06 PM | File is "past it's end"

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just saw the other PAST ITS END posts-  i will be calling autodesk, but does anyone know why this error occurs or how to avoid it????

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Wed, Dec 19, 2007 at 1:52:47 AM | File is "past it's end"

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Hello, not sure of your exact situation but I have some experience with your exact problem. In my situation, or rather that of my students,  they do not permit the program to complete a "save" command prior to ending the program. This always results in the drawing being corrupted, and they have to resort to opening the most recent back up file. I am on a very slow network resulting in very slow saves - sometimes as long as 3-4 minutes. If the student waits and is certain the save is complete, they do not have the "past end" problem.

Hope this helps,

Rich


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Wed, Dec 19, 2007 at 3:35:12 PM | File is "past it's end"

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that is great- thank you for the advice---  much appreciated! Happy Holidays!

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