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AutoCad trouble...hungapp question?

AutoCad trouble...hungapp question?

AutoCad trouble...hungapp question?

We are having issues with CAD when trying to open drawings from the open icon or trying to "saveas". If we set filedia to 0 we can open from explorer. The error we are getting is:

szAppName : acad.exe szAppVer : szModName : hungapp
szModVer : offset : 00000000

This is happening on (2) separate machines. The problem started when we tried to network (ethernet) an Epson Printer. We've googled with no luck. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

AutoCad 2007
Windows XP

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RE: AutoCad trouble...hungapp question?

Don't forget to link back to the engineering programs/apps file, so that posters here can see that you have the same question going in another forum.

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