AUTOCAD

Fatal Error When Launching Autocad Easy Step To Solve

17 May 2018
Tamal

Civil Engineer

AutoCAD crashes when you just start to install, several causes are there to be crashed,

The first of all when you need to install this kind of heavy software which is graphically very strong you need to  install 

.NET framework, first of all, you need to check the Event Viewer where the .NET framework is successfully installed or not.
To check the .NET file just go to the following steps and search it on your PC, go to Command Prompt and enter 

wmic /namespace:\\root\cimv2 path win32_product where "name like '%%.NET%%'" get version

When installing the .NET Framework, you do not see an error about a later version already installed.

There are lots of cause for the Fatal Errors some of are



  • Corrupt drawings
  • Corrupt software installation
  • Improperly configured browsers
  • System configuration issues

 

Option 1—Open another drawing.


If you can open another drawing successfully, the drawing that caused the error may be corrupt.


Option 2—Update Windows or your Autodesk product.

·         Check your Windows update settings and run any pending system updates.


Option 3—Run your product as an administrator.
           

Right-click the product shortcut icon and select Run As Administrator.


Option 4—Disable antivirus or desktop locking programs.

Option 5—Reset AutoCAD default settings.

Option 6—Turn off hardware acceleration.

Option 7—Update your graphics driver.
           

Note: For NVIDIA graphics cards, try removing or reinstalling NVIDIA NView.


Option 8—Create and sign in to a new Windows administrator account.


If you create a local Administration and can successfully open the drawing, you can either use that account or rebuild your user profile. 
 

Option 9—Update third-party software, add-ons, plug-ins, and object enablers.

Option 10—Update or uninstall any Display Link drivers.


1.     Go to Control Panel > Uninstall A Program and search for a program named Displaylinkcore.


2.     Go to the Display Link website to update the driver.


3.     If you still get the error, uninstall Displaylinkcore.


Option 11—Uninstall and reinstall Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Libraries.

Option 12—Clear digital signature icons, and then uninstall and reinstall your software.

Option 13—Reconfigure LAN Settings:


1.     Go to Control Panel and search for Internet Options.

2.     Click Internet Options.

3.     Select the Connections tab.

4.     Click LAN Settings.

5.     Deselect all options.


Option 14—Perform a clean uninstall of AutoCAD.

Option 15—Add Autodesk URLs to your firewall whitelist 





  • Corrupt drawings
  • Corrupt software installation
  • Improperly configured browsers
  • System configuration issues

 

Option 1—Open another drawing.


If you can open another drawing successfully, the drawing that caused the error may be corrupt.


Option 2—Update Windows or your Autodesk product.

·         Check your Windows update settings and run any pending system updates.


Option 3—Run your product as an administrator.
           

Right-click the product shortcut icon and select Run As Administrator.


Option 4—Disable antivirus or desktop locking programs.

Option 5—Reset AutoCAD default settings.

Option 6—Turn off hardware acceleration.

Option 7—Update your graphics driver.
           

Note: For NVIDIA graphics cards, try removing or reinstalling NVIDIA NView.


Option 8—Create and sign in to a new Windows administrator account.


If you create a local Administration and can successfully open the drawing, you can either use that account or rebuild your user profile. 
 

Option 9—Update third-party software, add-ons, plug-ins, and object enablers.

Option 10—Update or uninstall any Display Link drivers.


1.     Go to Control Panel > Uninstall A Program and search for a program named Displaylinkcore.


2.     Go to the Display Link website to update the driver.


3.     If you still get the error, uninstall Displaylinkcore.


Option 11—Uninstall and reinstall Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Libraries.

Option 12—Clear digital signature icons, and then uninstall and reinstall your software.

Option 13—Reconfigure LAN Settings:


1.     Go to Control Panel and search for Internet Options.

2.     Click Internet Options.

3.     Select the Connections tab.

4.     Click LAN Settings.

5.     Deselect all options.


Option 14—Perform a clean uninstall of AutoCAD.

Option 15—Add Autodesk URLs to your firewall whitelist 




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