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AutoCAD reports some xrefs as "Unresolved".

A - answer If you open a master DWG drawing with xrefs placed on a network drive and some xrefs are reported as "unresolved", it can be caused by the following:
  • the referenced file was not found in a given path - your share was renamed, the relative path does not match, or the file is temporarily unavailable on the network
  • if you are using AutoCAD 2013, apply the Service Pack 1 or higher
  • the xref DWG file may be corrupted or was ot saved from an Autodesk product - perform Audit
  • the xref DWG file may contain excessive annotaton scales (e.g. thousands of them), delete excessive scales
  • it can be a network hardware problem (server, router, LAN card) - try to open the xrefs locally
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5.6.2013    17228×  

See also:
Tip 11376:Attaching a xref to AutoCAD DWG sets a relative path automatically, can I change it to absolute?
Tip 10394:Attach xrefs from a predefined folder (path).
Tip 7549:DEPENDS - displaying file dependencies in a DWG drawing.
Tip 7016:Mount disks as Windows folders.
Tip 6598:How to detect all DWG files containing Xrefs?

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