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sprers.eu › up_and_ready › /01 › autocad-family-fata. When starting up AutoCAD, the program crashes with a fatal error (AutoCAD Error Aborting In this blog post we will look at the causes and solutions. In order to solve this try downloading a different copy of AutoCAD from the net or buy an original version of DVD. Or else try installing.

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Welcome rorschach

Apparently it is a problem associated with .NET framework of Windows. Did you just install a new version of .NET Framework? What version of AutoCAD are you running?

Try removing the .NET Framework versions starting with the latest version and working backwards until AutoCAD starts up properly. I recommend you reboot your system after each uninstall of .NET

Please let me know if this works for you?

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LOLthat's exactly where I got the information for my answer. Clap
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Originally posted by HAWDesignerHAWDesigner wrote:

LOLthat's exactly where I got the information for my answer. Clap
And the person who asked the question did not pick up on it thus his reply "how I can fix?".  You can lead a horse to water but you can't rip his lips off. 
I fully acknowledge the credit rightfully belongs to you.
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Am I missing something here? He askedthen I answered, right?

To be honest, I could care less about "credit". The point of writing the post as I did was to remove any confusion that the Autodesk post may have created by including all those version numbers.

For instance, one of the original posts stated to remove .NET version But if you do that before reading what someone else said later, then you would have uninstalled for no reason, because the actual problem is "the latest version of .NET" (not .NET ).

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You're right.

However, since your post did not link to the thread I think it obvious that the OP was still clueless based solely upon his reply.

It's all in his hands now.  Want to go for a beer?

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Description:

I am receiving this error when opening AutoCAD Civil 3D.  It happens regardless of what file I open, or even if I just open AutoCAD to a blank new file.  When opening an existing file, everything seems to load fine, the drawing shows up, and the last command i see in the command line is COMMAND: _RIBBON before the error pops up.  I have posted a screenshot.

Logs:

Loading AECC Mapcheck Loading AECC Mapcheck UI Loading AECC Building Site UI Loading AECC Vault UI Loading AECC Model UI AutoCAD menu utilities loaded. AutoCAD menu utilities loaded. Non Autodesk DWG. This DWG file was saved by a software application that was not developed or licensed by Autodesk. Autodesk cannot guarantee the application compatibility or integrity of this sprers.eud: Loading AECC 1st Experience _RIBBON Command: COMMANDLINE Command: DRAWINGRECOVERY Command: Layer Command: properties Command: EXTERNALREFERENCES Command:

 

Solution:

I resolved this error by editing registry key in Communication Center:
Path of Regedit: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\autodesk\AutoCAD\R\ACAD\WebServices\CommunicationCenter

Possible Available Value: "LastUpdateTimeLoWord"=dword:4bed0 Replace for Ultimate Solution: Changing the dword to solved the problem.

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That’s a fatal error. Try restarting your computer then try again. If this doesn’t work, try to uninstall and reinstall the program. Download the free version of Revo Uninstaller and install it. Once installed, start Revo then select the program in fault among the applications and click “Uninstall”. Follow the normal uninstall process.

When uninstall is complete, click “Scan” to scan your computer for any leftover files and delete everything it finds. This removes everything the program created on your computer. When it is finished, exit Revo then install the program back. Try also running the program as admin. Right-click the program and select “Run as administrator”. Try updating the program to the latest if an update is available.

Looks like I replied to an ancient thread earlier So here's an update on this, more current thread.

I saw this happen to a number of machines today. I created a good profile under another login and then continually hacked away at the registry, comparing the one that opened fine to the one that produced this fatal error. I ultimately traced it down to this single registry key:

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\autodesk\AutoCAD\R\ACAD\WebServices\CommunicationCenter]
@=""
"LastUpdateTimeLoWord"=dword:4bed0


Changing the dword to solved the problem.

Obviously, this isn't a user-editable field and the software is at fault.

For those who are less familiar with registry editing, you can save the following to a text file with the .REG extension and import it into your registry by double clicking on it (usual registry editing warnings apply).

Windows Registry Editor Version


[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Autodesk\AutoCAD\R\ACAD\WebServices\CommunicationCenter]
@=""
"LastUpdateTimeLoWord"=dword
"LastUpdateTimeHiWord"=dword

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Solution: Fatal error when launching AutoCAD

When starting up AutoCAD, the program crashes with a fatal error (AutoCAD Error Aborting).

Additional Issue Details:

  • In event viewer, there is an error related to .Net Framework
  • When checking .Net Framework, it returns ‘No Version’. – .Net Framework version checking command;
    • wmic /namespace:\\root\cimv2 path win32_product where “name like ‘%%.NET%%'” get version
  • When installing .Net Framework, it’s not being installed with ‘higher version’ already installed error

Causes:

Fatal errors have a variety of causes. They often indicate a corrupt drawing, program corruption, browser was not properly configured, or a problem with the system configuration.

Solution:

There are several ways to troubleshoot the problem:

  • Configure Internet Options as the default browser and remove all check marks from the LAN Setting option.
  1. Open Internet Options (Control Panel>Network and Internet>Network and Sharing Center> click on Internet Options link).
  2. Access the “Connections” Tab.
  3. Click “Lan Settings.”

If all the above solutions fail, please contact our Technical Support Team by clicking HERE 

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Description:

I am receiving this error when opening AutoCAD Civil 3D.  It happens regardless of what file I open, or even if I just open AutoCAD to a blank new file.  When opening an existing file, everything seems to load fine, the drawing shows up, autocad fatal error unhandled e0434f4dh exception at, and the last command i see in the command line is COMMAND: _RIBBON before the error pops up.  I have posted a screenshot.

Logs:

Loading AECC Mapcheck Loading AECC Mapcheck UI Loading AECC Building Site UI Loading AECC Vault UI Loading AECC Model UI AutoCAD menu utilities loaded. AutoCAD menu utilities loaded. Non Autodesk DWG, autocad fatal error unhandled e0434f4dh exception at. This DWG file was saved by a software application that was not developed or licensed by Autodesk. Autodesk cannot guarantee the application compatibility or integrity of this sprers.eud: Loading AECC 1st Experience _RIBBON Command: COMMANDLINE Command: DRAWINGRECOVERY Command: Layer Command: properties Command: EXTERNALREFERENCES Command:

 

Solution:

I resolved this error by editing registry key in Communication Center:
Path of Regedit: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\autodesk\AutoCAD\R\ACAD\WebServices\CommunicationCenter

Possible Available Value: "LastUpdateTimeLoWord"=dword:4bed0 Replace for Ultimate Solution: Changing the dword to solved the problem.

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Hi,

Fatal errors usually indicate a program corruption or a corruption with something in the operating system.

There are several ways to address the problem.

Reset the program:

  1. Click the Windows Start button.
  2. Click All Programs.
  3. Open the Autodesk folder.
  4. Open the AutoCAD Folder.
  5. Click Reset Settings to Default.
  6. Test the program.

Rebuild the user profile in Windows. Fix a corrupted user profile 

Uninstall and autocad fatal error unhandled e0434f4dh exception at .NET.

Uninstall .NET using the Control Panel and install the same version from Microsoft.

Clear the digital signatures and then uninstall and reinstall the application. 
See: FATAL ERROR: Unhandled Access Violation Reading 0x Exception at b9h

    Turn off Hardware Acceleration:

    1. Right-click the icon on your desktop.
    2. Click Properties.
    3. Access the Shortcut tab.
    4. In the Target field, after *.exe", type a space and enter /NOHARDWARE

    Example:

    Before 
    "C:\Program Files\Autodesk\AutoCAD \sprers.eu"  /product ACAD /language "en-US 
    After 
    "C:\Program Files\Autodesk\AutoCAD \sprers.eu"  /NOHARDWARE /product ACAD /language "en-US

    1. Click OK and retest.
    2. If this works, remove the /NOHARDWARE switch and update your graphics driver. 
      In most cases an updated driver works. 
      In some cases, if an updated driver does not work, leave the /NOHARDWARE switch in place.

    Update the drivers for the video error 1012061 in You!

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    Looks like I replied to an ancient thread earlier So here's an update on this, more current thread.

    I saw this happen to a number of machines today. I created a good profile under another login and then continually hacked away at the registry, comparing the one that opened fine to the one that produced this fatal error. I ultimately traced it down to this single registry key:

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\autodesk\AutoCAD\R\ACAD\WebServices\CommunicationCenter]
    @=""
    "LastUpdateTimeLoWord"=dword:4bed0


    Changing the dword to solved the problem.

    Obviously, this isn't a user-editable field and the software is at fault.

    For those who are less familiar with registry editing, you can save the following to a text file with the .REG extension and import it into your registry by double clicking on it (usual registry editing warnings apply).

    Windows Registry Editor Version


    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Autodesk\AutoCAD\R\ACAD\WebServices\CommunicationCenter]
    @=""
    "LastUpdateTimeLoWord"=dword
    "LastUpdateTimeHiWord"=dword

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    Looks like I replied to an ancient thread earlier So here's an update on this, more current thread.

    I saw this happen to a number of machines today. I created a good profile under another login and then continually hacked away at the registry, comparing the one that opened fine to the one that produced this fatal error. I ultimately traced it down to this single registry key:

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\autodesk\AutoCAD\R\ACAD\WebServices\CommunicationCenter]
    @=""
    "LastUpdateTimeLoWord"=dword:4bed0


    Changing the dword to solved the problem.

    Obviously, this isn't a user-editable field and the software is at fault.

    For those who are less familiar with registry editing, you can save the following to a text file with the .REG extension and import it into your registry by double clicking on it (usual registry editing warnings apply).

    Windows Registry Editor Version


    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Autodesk\AutoCAD\R\ACAD\WebServices\CommunicationCenter]
    @=""
    "LastUpdateTimeLoWord"=dword
    "LastUpdateTimeHiWord"=dword

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    That’s a fatal error. Try restarting your computer then try again, autocad fatal error unhandled e0434f4dh exception at. If this doesn’t work, try to uninstall and reinstall the program. Download the free version of Revo Uninstaller and install it. Once installed, start Revo then select the program in fault among the applications and click “Uninstall”. Follow the normal uninstall process.

    When uninstall is complete, click “Scan” to scan your computer for any leftover files and delete everything it finds. This removes everything the program created on your computer. When it is finished, exit Revo then install the program back. Try also running the program as admin. Right-click the program and select “Run as administrator”. Try updating the program to the latest if an update is available.

    Solution: Fatal error when launching AutoCAD

    When starting up AutoCAD, the program crashes with a fatal error (AutoCAD Error Aborting).

    Additional Issue Details:

    • In event viewer, there is an error related to .Net Framework
    • When checking .Net Framework, it returns ‘No Version’. – .Net Framework version checking command;
      • wmic /namespace:\\root\cimv2 path win32_product where “name like ‘%%.NET%%'” get version
    • When installing .Net Framework, it’s not being installed with ‘higher version’ already installed error

    Causes:

    Fatal errors have a variety of causes. They often indicate a corrupt drawing, program corruption, browser was not properly configured, or a problem with the system configuration.

    Solution:

    There are several ways to troubleshoot the problem:

    • Configure Internet Options as the default browser and remove all check marks from the LAN Setting option.
    1. Open Internet Options (Control Panel>Network and Internet>Network and Sharing Center> click on Internet Options link).
    2. Access the “Connections” Tab.
    3. Click “Lan Settings.”

    If all the above solutions fail, please contact our Technical Support Team by clicking HERE 

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    Welcome rorschach

    Apparently it is a problem associated with .NET framework of Windows. Did you just install a new version of .NET Framework? What version of AutoCAD are you running?

    Try removing the .NET Framework versions starting with the latest version and working backwards until AutoCAD starts up properly. I recommend you reboot your system after each uninstall of .NET

    Please let me know if this works for you?

    Good Luck!!
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    Originally posted by HAWDesignerHAWDesigner wrote:

    LOLthat's exactly where I got the information for my answer. Clap
    And the person who asked the question did not pick up on it thus his reply "how I can fix?".  You can lead a horse to water but you can't rip his lips off. 
    I fully acknowledge the credit rightfully belongs to you.
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    Am I missing something here? He askedthen I answered, right?

    To be honest, I could care less about "credit". The point of writing the post as I did was to remove any confusion that the Autodesk post may have created by including all those version numbers.

    For instance, one of the original posts stated to remove .NET version But if you do that before reading what someone else said later, then you would have uninstalled for no reason, because the actual problem is "the latest version of .NET" (not .NET ).

    Just sayin. autocad fatal error unhandled e0434f4dh exception at alt="Wink">
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    You're right.

    However, since your post did not link to the thread I think it obvious that the OP was still clueless based solely upon his reply.

    It's all in his hands now.  Want to go for a beer?

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