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slidergirl an attempt was to access an unnamed file past its end Thread #2 by Larry is absolutely correct. It is likly to have happened when the file was transferred to the consultant. I attended Harlan Brumm's class at AU on troubleshooting Revit errors, and while I don't have my notes handy, I think this was one of those "kiss of death" errors - I think this one is the one... -- "scottl-gai" wrote in message news:[email protected] http://fiftysixtysoftware.com/revit-error/revit-error-past-its-end.html

I attended Harlan Brumm's class at AU on troubleshooting Revit errors, and while I don't have my notes handy, I think this was one of those "kiss of death" errors - I dunno if he's in your office there at Manchester, but if he is, pass that on to him for me ;-). -- "Jeff Hanson (Autodesk)" wrote in message news:[email protected] Typically, when a new version of S&T is released we discontinue support for an older version. Search Forums Advanced Search Search Forums Advanced Search The BIM Jedi (formally the Revit Jedi) This Blog is dedicated to all things to do with Building Information Modeling. https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/revit-products/troubleshooting/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/Error-Attempted-to-access-filename-past-its-end.html

Once the Riverbed issue is resolved the Universe can once again regain stability and there will be no Warnings from the Revit Robot. If you're not having any problems with the architectural model yourself, then you might try sending him another copy. Revisions and Revision Clouds  So I have finally got around to writing about Revision Clouds..... Larry Hi James, Welcome to LaptopGPSWorld!

In either case, hopefully Revit will be able to open the most recent backup file and you won't lose too much work. SIGN IN Or Sign In using Modlar The professional network for architecture Full Name Username Password Work Email address Select Your Profession Architect Designer Engineer Student Technician Other Manufacturer Company CREATE If so, you might just have them try downloading the file again. Reply With Quote 2008-03-27,12:51 PM #4 patricks View Profile View Forum Posts Certified AUGI Addict Join Date 2004-06 Location Memphis TN area Posts 7,034 Re: An attempt was made to access

I've always struggled with how to explain how to use the Revit functi... mahisanuilu • 2013 • 1 Answer I was working on a revit family yesterday and this morning, when I opened the file. All rights reserved. ©1990-2015 Autodesk User Group International, Inc.All Rights Reserved. http://revitoped.blogspot.com/2014/05/past-its-end.html Revit 2014 Release Autodesk has released it's 2014 product line....

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Post 5 of 10 Share Report Re: "Past its end" Error Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Have you ever been past your end? How did you get the old pushpins in the map? Solution: Copy or transfer the file again from wherever it was transferred from, and verify the file sizes are the same.

Causes: This error usually means the file was not transferred or saved properly or completely; basically it is not a complete Revit file. http://www.revitcity.com/forums.php?action=viewthread&thread_id=6418 You need to open Revit, but don't bother to open a project file, and activate the Collaboration ribbon tab > click Restore Backup. This is a dead file pretty much. Did it go over an FTP site or something like that?

check its size, is it double the project size? have a peek at these guys Scott D. If your file is a stand-alone project there will be a project file like this: MyProject.rvt and additional files like this MyProject.0003.rvt, MyProject.0004.rvt and MyProject.0005.rvt. Thanks if you can help.

To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. I think this one is the one... -- "scottl-gai" wrote in message news:[email protected] Based on that description of the problem, particularly the fact that restoring an older version fixed it, I would say that something simply corrupted the data file that gave you the check over here I think this one is the one... -- "scottl-gai" wrote in message news:[email protected]

It is likly to have happened when the file was transferred to the consultant. Anyone know if this is a hardware related issue or how to resolve it if it's truly a Revit issue? KBase Article ID: c2010762Article refers to: Crystal Reports 8Symptom:When attempting to open an existing report in Crystal Reports version 8 or later, the following error message is received:"An attempt was made

It is a database phrase for the file was not saved properly and the software can't figure out where the beginning and end of the file are correctly, which is a

BIM Level of Development as outlined by the AIA. ... Again, I'm not positive - there were about three "corruption" type errors that he listed - and one of them was the bad one - unrecoverable. It worked great for several months. Matt - Page 18 of his handout. "Past its end" and "Seek Failed" are the bad errors. (btw - one of the better classes at AU) - the OF "Matt Dillon"

It also could have happened when you were transferring the file up to the source. You can try to send the file to Autodesk to recover, but it probably won't work. The time now is 10:29 AM. this content Powered by Blogger.

Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  Search the Community Advanced Search Forums | Ideas Browse by product Products 3ds Max A360 Products Advance Steel Alias APIs and Programming Visit the Forum Contributed By Support Need Assistance? We all learn things from each other. Matt is right.

It's not unreasonable to suspect an issue with using older stuff in a newer version of S&T. Good on ya for having a backup!! How do I fix this problem? Try linking it into one of your own projects first - see if you get the same error.

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Often, it never happens again.