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Saturday, June 1, 2013

Corruption in Revit LT 2014 project after upgrading from 2013. - The Revit Clinic

Yeah Autodesk. Great job in not fully testing your software before releasing it. Hopefully only 200 people are using Revit LT anyhow.

Source/Link:
http://revitclinic.typepad.com/my_weblog/2013/05/corruption-in-revit-lt-2014-project-after-upgrading-from-2013.html


The following is another great guest post from Product Support Specialist Lance Coffey.

We are starting to see a number of users reporting "Data in file is corrupt" error messages after upgrading a project to Revit LT 2014.

After some investigation, we have found that this can happen when saving an upgraded file on top of a previous version. The reason is that some of the prior version elements remain unchanged in the file, which then puts the project in a state which cannot be used by Revit LT, and when reopening the project, Revit LT will report data in the file is corrupt.

If this happens, recover a backup <http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/Revit_LT/enu/2014/Help/0082-Revit_LT82/0119-Start_a_119/0171-Saving_F171/0175-Backup_a175> copy of the project before it was upgraded.

To avoid the issue, when upgrading a project in Revit LT 2014, use Save As to save to a new filename.

Once upgraded and saved to a new name, you can save the 2014 project normally.

Our developers are aware of this, and are currently working to address the issue.

 

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