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    Hepl!

    I am working for 5 days on this project. Revit just suddenly clashed, and all my work has gone.
    Please help, what should I do? Is there temp files folder where revit stores backups, how to find locations of that file??????


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    #2
    First of all, What are all those crazy lines?
    Second, usually there are files in the same folder as your Revit file with an extension .001, .002, .003 etc. These are back-up files check those to see if you can recover most of the work done.
    There are journal files from which you can rebuild the model but I can't remember where they are stored.
    Maybe one of the experts in here can point you in the right direction.
    HTH
    Juan Carlos Moreno
    Store Designer & Merchandising Manager
    Sisley Cosmetics

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      #3
      Does someone know anything about that journal files?
      Revit 001 002 003 files are also crashed
      Last edited by mona miller; December 22, 2013, 03:59 PM.

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        #4
        Did you import any item into your project that is not native to revit such as a DWG?
        If so, did you proceed to explode this DWG once in Revit?
        Juan Carlos Moreno
        Store Designer & Merchandising Manager
        Sisley Cosmetics

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          #5
          Can you provide a link to dropbox for the file?
          Juan Carlos Moreno
          Store Designer & Merchandising Manager
          Sisley Cosmetics

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            #6
            No, I didn't import anything!
            This is the link for the filr

            https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...61/kucica1.rvt

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              #7
              I have good news and i have bad news, lol:

              Good news: The file doesnt look like that at all on my machine, it looks completely normal. No weird Lines anywhere. Is something else supposed to be showing up, or is this what it should look like?

              Bad News: If this is what the file is supposed to look like, i would start looking at a possible Hardware issue: Graphics Card that doesnt like Revit, or something similar...

              EDIT: Secondly, journal files can SOMETIMES be used to replicate work. Since im not sure you are actually missing any work, i cant say for certain. I HIGHLY doubt youll get it to build 5 days worth of anything. I consider it extremely lucky if i can get it to recreate work inside one session (a few hours), let alone a day. But it takes some work. The journals are stored in:

              C:\Users\YourUserNameHere\AppData\Local\Autodesk\R evit\Autodesk Revit 2014\Journals
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              Last edited by Twiceroadsfool; December 22, 2013, 06:05 PM.
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                #8
                Originally posted by Twiceroadsfool View Post
                Good news: The file doesnt look like that at all on my machine, it looks completely normal. No weird Lines anywhere. Is something else supposed to be showing up, or is this what it should look like?
                Same result here. Is hardware acceleration turned on?

                What graphics card & driver version do you have?
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                  #9
                  Just got a chance to open the file here and same as you guys.
                  Seems like a hardware issue.
                  Juan Carlos Moreno
                  Store Designer & Merchandising Manager
                  Sisley Cosmetics

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                    #10
                    I restart my comp and after that everything was fine!
                    Thanks

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