The copy design dialog so that I can unselect/fix the problem

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Hi,

Please help me to solve this problem. I am trying to do a copy design on an idw. Spent about 30 minutes selecting what I want to copy and changing the filenames to what I want the new files to be. Checked/changed all the directories to make sure the new files are going to the correct folder. I check and double-check that the filenames are correct. When I am satisfied, I click "OK". VE works for a few seconds, and then I get the attached "Error 1091".

The file does not exist in the specified folder and cannot be checked out from it.

 

The file does not exist in the specified folder and cannot be checked out from it.

I choose OK and it totally cancels the copy design. All of my edits are lost without even an explanation of what was wrong. That is not good. Spend another 30 minutes doing the same thing again, and gets the same results. AAAARRRRRGGGGHHHHHH. Can someone explain this error message? Why does it cancel the copy design? It should show me which file is the problem, and go back to the copy design dialog so that I can unselect/fix the problem. I am using Vault 2011, update1 here.

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Best Answer by Alexander Dubson
Answered By 0 points N/A #176246

The copy design dialog so that I can unselect/fix the problem

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Hello,

Please apply the latest updates for your Autodesk Valt Pro 2011 and see whether the issue is resolved. Also that you need to check with Valt Pro 2011 official site for the latest updates it is very much possible that the issue is fixed and released as a separate patch.

HTH!

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Answered By 0 points N/A #176247

The copy design dialog so that I can unselect/fix the problem

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All the name changing might be creating some kind of issue where the program cannot properly create and/or move the files to the specified location.

Try letting Vault 2011 choose the path on where the files should go to; the default folder assigned. After that you can manually change the names and allocate the files to whichever folders you want.

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