N/APosted on - 02/26/2014
I will be working with AutoCAD for some time that’s my nature of work. From yesterday I am facing an error message, whenever I start AutoCAD LT 2014 at work. This error message aborts the AutoCAD from working further. I think some files are corrupted in AutoCAD. Do I need to reinstall the AutoCAD? For your information in your office they recently updated the software. Please help.
FATAL ERROR: Unhandled Access Violation Writing 0x200000 Exception at 200000h
AutoCAD is not working expectedly
A fatal error can’t be triggered by only one factor. It can be produced by different factors that affect the processing of the computer. It can be generated by a general fault in the program where the application encounters an error while processing the data. It can be caused by conflicts with other applications running in the computer such as the programs that run in the background.
It can also be caused by the available space of your hard drive. Sometimes programs create their own scratch file similar to Microsoft Windows’ page file where it stores the data in your project. Make sure your hard drive has enough free space. Close the program, restart your computer, and run the program again.
Check if the program will start. If not, you may try to reinstall it but you need to have its installer so you can install it back after removing it. Uninstall it, restart your computer, and install it back. This only fixes damaged or corrupted files that prevent it from working properly. Also, verify that you are using the right version for your operating system because Autodesk AutoCAD LT 2014 is available in x86 and x64 versions so you need to make sure you install the correct version.
For x86 Autodesk AutoCAD LT 2014, it supports Windows XP [Professional or Home] Service Pack 3, Windows 7 [Enterprise, Ultimate, Professional, or Home], and Windows 8 [Standard, Enterprise, or Professional]. For the x64 Autodesk AutoCAD LT 2014, it supports Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 and higher, Windows 7 [Enterprise, Ultimate, Professional, or Home], and Windows 8 [Standard, Enterprise, or Professional].
If you are using Microsoft Windows Vista, this operating system is not supported. Either upgrade to Windows 7 or Windows 8 or use Windows XP instead.