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    AutoCAD LT 2002 Crashing

    When creating drawings in AutoCAD 2002 recently, I keep getting a message saying "internal error GEDIT3" and the programme then asks me to close the drawing so that it can be recovered. On recovering the drawing, I carry on then after a short while the same thing happens again. Does anyone have a solution for this? it seems to be a form of crashing.

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    Check out these links. Seems like you have a conflict somewhere.

    http://ltisacad.blogspot.com/2007/09...-messages.html

    http://www.cadforum.cz/cadforum_en/qaID.asp?tip=3640

    Unfortunately, a search of AutoDesk's own website yielded no results for "GEDIT3" except for instances of problems reported by other users.

    Is your version of LT 2002 current with all service packs?

    When did the problem first occur?

    Did you make any recent software changes (ex. - antivirus program)?

    The only surefire solution I can think of is to upgrade to LT 2011. You are long overdue.
    Last edited by Kyle Reese; 24-07-2010 at 11:34 AM.

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    AutoCAD LT 2002 Crashing

    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Reese View Post
    Check out these links. Seems like you have a conflict somewhere.

    http://ltisacad.blogspot.com/2007/09...-messages.html

    http://www.cadforum.cz/cadforum_en/qaID.asp?tip=3640

    Unfortunately, a search of AutoDesk's own website yielded no results for "GEDIT3" except for instances of problems reported by other users.

    Is your version of LT 2002 current with all service packs?

    When did the problem first occur?

    Did you make any recent software changes (ex. - antivirus program)?

    The only surefire solution I can think of is to upgrade to LT 2011. You are long overdue.
    Kyle - Many thanks for the response. From what you say, I suspect it has been happening since installing Kaspersky anti virus, so I will check this out and will also check out whether it is current with all service packs.

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    Can you temporarily disable your anti-virus program? It might be worth testing AutoCAD with Kaspersky disabled to see what happens.

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    Yes I can do that and will see what happens. (Have not had a chance to try it yet as on a course this week). Many thanks for your help!

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