I'm trying to get Revit 2017 working on a macbook pro 15 running parallels 12 and windows 7. Install went without a problem and Revit opens, but when opening/starting a project and getting into the work window I suddenly get a error message saying" An unrecoverable error has occured. The program will now be terminated. All of your data has been recently saved, so there is no need to create recovery files ".
I have reinstalled, repaired and downloaded the latest updates for both window 7 and Revit 2017 and I'm starting to run out of ideas.
Help is much appreciated!
Hi JensOle - Welcome to RFO!
If you haven't already, I suggest reading the first post in this thread for some basic info and tips.
A few questions...
Do you have any idea if it could be a problem with the model file and not the computer setup?
Assuming that it's not the file that's the problem, what's the model/year and specs of your MBP?
What are your settings in the VM for CPU, GPU Memory and RAM?
What are your graphic hardware options settings in Revit?
Does the error happen at the same time every time before you even can work on the model or does this happen intermittently while you're working on a project?
Does it happen with every file? When you start a new project from a default template?
I've got a Mac Pro with W10 & R2017 on Parallels 12, and I haven't done extensive work in in yet, but I did have a model open for a few minutes just this morning, flipping between views, and it was working okay.
One of the determining factors for end-user acceptance, is the responsiveness of the system to the user’s interaction. For this, the network latency is the determining factor. That is why GDaaS recommends the use of its platform within a certain range (like Europe):
Today however, several American companies are working daily on the GDaaS platform, using Autocad software and other demanding graphical software. Most of those American companies are however located at the east coast. The same is true for middle-east companies (Dubai, Turkey,...).
However, to further improve and avoid suboptimal user experience, related to network latency, GDaaS will be launching more datacenters in 2017 to cover the rest of the world.
Feel free to get more information on www.gdaas.com
- I’m using GDaaS too for my day to day work and I’m really happy about the way it works. Also for heavy graphical tasks I see an improved performance on the virtual workstation versus my local laptop.