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Autocad 2010 not responding windows 7 , first five days working fine but this time not working. curcer not moving. aplication only hanging.

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SOURCE: I have an issue with autocad 2010 on windows 7. im

have you tried add/remove programs in control panel, then reinstall? if it was recent it could be a service or process still running in the background. check the task manager and make sure there are no applications or process still running. please rate me if this helps. thanks and good luck!

Posted on Sep 18, 2009

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SOURCE: AutoCAD 2004 / Windows 7 compatibility?

If it works in Vista you shouldn't have any problems. Easiest way to find out is to install it!

You can always just uninstall the program fi you run into problems.

Posted on Dec 06, 2009

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SOURCE: Autocad hanged

1. Please check your computer specifications. Normally 2010 Autocad, require a good ram and video card.
2. It also hangs when opening a lower version of cad file.

Posted on Mar 29, 2010

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SOURCE: Autocad 2010 hangs at startup

autocad is a graphical program so it does **** up resourses of the pc, the graphics and the memory being most effected, the solidworks 2010 is also high end program that needs alot of memory and graphical resourses, so as the computer gets more used and the hdd starts to fragment you will see the pc hanging more in the programs, my advice would be to upgrade the pc's memory and graphics and defragment the hdd more regullar. hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 21, 2010

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yes can be, just follow these steps:

Not compatible or not working well with windows 7?

Maybe, It doesn't work because the driver/application you installed is for other versions of operating system. I am also using windows 7 like you so don't you worry, You can still use your old installer/driver from other versions of operating systems. Just remember that before installing any program in a windows 7 Operating System Computer, Use "troubleshoot compatibility". Right Click the Icon of your program installer/application first, then choose "troubleshoot compatibility". This will allow you to choose on what type operating system your program will run. Just reply back if it still doesn't work.:D rate and vote for me:))

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