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"Error in reading RSe stream" while editing drawing view.

A - answer When trying to edit view properties, Inventor reports the error "Error in reading RSe stream (14525 not equal 6680)", resp. "(4 not equal 1)", or similar.

This indicates an error (corruption) in the model (part) files referenced in the respective Inventor drawing view. The corrupted file may be caused by a hardware problem (disk, network communication, RAM...), or the files were not properly migrated from older versions.

Perform a migration of the whole assembly (including Content Center components) to your current Inventor version. If a part is corrupted, try to replace it in your assembly with a new one.

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21.2.2013    4006x  
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applies to: Inventor ·

See also:
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Tip 9546:Error 16390 when reading a DWFx into Navisworks.
Tip 9493:Inventor or AutoCAD or ReCap "stopped working" on a computer with two graphics cards.
Tip 7407:Vault 2011 error - older version of SQL Server.
Tip 5722:"End of evaluation period" error when reading a DWG file.


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