N/APosted on - 06/07/2012
When i open autocad in windows 7 i get the fatal error "e434352h at fdeacacdh". How do i fix it
Fix fatal error autodesk 2012
The fix does involve editing the registry, so as usual I must warn that editing the registry can have dire consequences. If edited incorrectly your computer could become highly unstable or unable to boot at all requiring a reload of Windows. You can however backup the registry to be able to restore it and fix any damage you may do, you can find instructions on how to do that here –https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-back-up-the-windows-registry-2625146
or follow the instruction here:
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 5.00
In addition, the ACAD-8000:409 portion of the tree is specific to the version of AutoCAD that you run. AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010 uses ACAD-8000:409, while AutoCAD 2010 settings are under ACAD-8001:409.
Fixing the Fatal Error Problem: Once you’ve backed it up using the method above, follow these steps:
In the registry editor go to the following registry key
In the right pane of the registry editor you will find a key ”LastUpdateTimeLoWord” with a dword value of 4be447d0
Double click this key and type in the value “0″ that is a zero and you type it without the quotes and hit Enter
The key should now have the value 00000000 displayed
Exit the registry editor and the change takes effect instantly
Fix fatal error autodesk 2012
There are times during the installation an unaware user will not suspect any incompatibility issue while doing the installation on the program. This is very common to programs and I am also one of the users who experienced successfully installing an incompatible software on my computer. In your eagerness to install that application you already forgot to check whether if it is compatible with your operating system or not and that what happens to me. I didn’t detect any problem during the installation because the whole process successfully finished in no time.
It is only when I tried starting the program when the error start showing. The program totally doesn’t want to start. I immediately suspected, since I didn’t checked its specifications, that it might be incompatible with my system. And I am right when I visited its site it doesn’t support my platform and requires a much lower version of my operating system. Since you are receiving an error, it could be a sign that your version of AutoCAD is not compatible with your platform. Since you are using Windows 7, see if your edition is Enterprise, Ultimate, or Professional because these are only the versions AutoCAD 2012 will work.
A “fatal error” on a program is like totally crashing of the entire process. If you are having this error, the application will never work even if you change settings on your computer. “Fatal errors” on a program are triggered from within the application itself with relation to the environment where it is running. To see if the problem has something to do with corrupted files, try reinstalling the program and see the result. If not, check your machine is specifications with the program is system requirements by visiting AUTODESK | Services and Support | Autodesk AutoCAD Services and Support.