Does your file name have any special characters? If it does, try again using letters and numbers only (e.g., abc123).
Does this happen for every file you try to export? If it does you might want to consider contacting your local GTAC office.
The file is ok because I can export it with other PC (Sorry I should have explained that before). I have checked the dxf/dwg translator options and in both PC are the same. I have tried rebooting the system...
Are you exporting it to the same folder on both PCs?
Production: NX10.0.3.5 MP16/TC11.2
I'd rather be e-steamed than e-diseaseled
I have tried to export from the same file to same lan folder and to local folders, always with the same error in the first PC and always successfully in the second PC. I also have found that if I try to export form a TC drafting with the first PC then it can do the job. I am starting to suspect that the error happens since the first time this PC exported to dxf from TC.
This is the error code:
*** EXCEPTION: Error code 1020005 in line 69 of o:\ugnx1101\ip11\src\part\no\ind\System_OSFileSpecType.cxx
>>>> Error code 1020005 caught in file "DLGManager.cpp" at line number 505
>>>> Error code 1020005 caught in file "o:\ugnx1101\ip11\src\ugui\no\ind\dlg_callbacks.c" at line number 225
>>>> Error code 1020005 caught in file "o:\ugnx1101\ip11\src\ugui\no\ind\dlg_main.c" at line number 1727
>>>> Error code 1020005 caught in file "o:\ugnx1101\ip11\src\ugui\no\ind\mtlib.c" at line number 2947
>>>> Error code 1020005 caught in file "o:\ugnx1101\ip11\src\uifw\no\ind\uifw_definitions.c" at line number 4733
>>>> Error code 1020005 caught in file "o:\ugnx1101\ip11\src\uifw\no\ind\uifw_definitions.c" at line number 4877
No, the error is from native sesion. In managed session I can export to dxf without any error.
I have tried with a different user and then it let me export Thanks Ben, it looks like you are in the right way.
How can I delete NX temp files / user's cache? Will I lose any configuration?
So a different user logged into the same workstation works?
Deleting the cache was only a suggestion if this was a TC managed session. As it's native you could try exiting the NX session, delete the contents of the user's Temp directory, restart NX and attempt the export.
I have replaced the DialogMemory.dlx and now the problem is solved. I have lost my dialog configuration though, but is not a big problem. Thank you very much Ben, you found what the problem was.