Custom Assembly produces an error in C3D 2012

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Hi! I am wondering why I am having an error which pops out in my laptop using AutoCAD to Civil 3D 2012. I cannot carry out the tool because I don’t have an ample storage available to finish the operation as shown in the image:


AutoCAD to Civil 3D 2012

Unable to execute the tool. Not enough storage is available to complete this operation.


I would be very glad is someone will come up with some ideas to correct this.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #170824

Custom Assembly produces an error in C3D 2012


Hi HerbertTBoyd,

First of all, check whether your laptop supports 64-bit operating system or not because AutoCAD C3D works only with 64-bit operating system. If your system does not support 64-bit OS then there is no point using the software on your system.

On the contrary, if your system supports 64-bit OS, then try one of the following and redo the operation you were doing –

  • Decrease the count of running programs.
  • Delete unwanted files from the disk on which the paging file is present and then restart the system.
  • Check the disk having the paging file for I/O error.
  • Increase the storage space of your system.
Answered By 0 points N/A #170825

Custom Assembly produces an error in C3D 2012


Hi Herbert,

        Here’s what you can do:

  • Close out AutoCAD software.
  • Insert the product disk for AutoCAD in your CD drive.
  • Close out installer, if it autoruns.
  • Look for the following files:
  • 32 bit Operating systems : supportmsxml6.msi
  • 64 bit operating systems : supportmsmxmlmsxml6_x64.msi
  • After finding the MSXML file, double click to run the file.
  • Complete the installation and agree with all the default settings.
  • On your Start Search type in Run and then enter REGSVR32 MSXML6.DLL
  • Click Ok and then reopen AutoCAD.

If all else fails you can reinstall the program as it can be caused by a corrupted install.

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