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See if you can run program as administrator. Right-click on startup icon and choose "Run as Administrator". Will that help? I think this is a permission related error such as that the OCX file is not registered properly during installation. Other possibility is that order of install may be out of sync.
Toggle Commented Jan 17, 2013 on MSSCRIPT.OCX Error at Being Civil
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No, the command is still there but is executed from command line by ReportSurfaceVolume.
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Fadi, It's hard to tell how much because many things play a role in there. Things like size and complexity of drawings, network architecture (if drawings stored on the servers), RAM, processors, graphic drivers, OS all play roles in the performance. The biggest performance improvement - not the only one, though - you may expect when dealing with corridors because now only the regions that are being edited are recalculated.
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Glad you like it!
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Hi Cemil, Not sure if I can follow completely. Are you saying that you are not able to see menu pull-downs? If that's the case set MENUBAR system variable to 1. If you are not able to see Civil tools, you may need to confirm you launch Civil 3D with Imperial or metric icon on your desktop and not Civil 3D as AutoCAD. Also check CUILOAD and make sure C3D.CUIX is loaded. Otherwise, if you are subscription customer, send us your SR or log into Forums to see if your issue could be resolved that way.
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Yes. There are different ways that the bad installation may manifest itself. In general, every time program refuses to install or remove may point to a bad install. In that kind of situation this workflow may be used. Thanks for pointing that out, Tom.
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2011 on Cannot Uninstall and/or Reinstall at Being Civil
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Hi Jon, Here are the two extracts from readme: You must have AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010 Update 2 installed prior to installing the Subscription Advantage Pack. If you attempt to install the Subscription Advantage Pack on an instance of AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010 that has not yet had Update 2 applied, you will receive an error message. If you intend to apply the AutoCAD Civil 2010 Subscription Advantage Pack to your installation of AutoCAD Civil 3D, you must do so before applying AutoCAD Civil 3D Update 3. Attempts to apply the Subscription Advantage Pack after application of AutoCAD Civil 3D Update 3 will fail.
Toggle Commented Jun 3, 2011 on Order of Install for Updates at Being Civil
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