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Revit failing on machines with multiple graphics cards.

A - answer Have you ever had Revit 2022 get stuck and crash when trying to split views into tiles, or when docking property panels or browsers?

It's quite possible that this is just due to the high resolution settings for the Revit application (especially in Windows 11). Just check that you don't have the high DPI customization override set in the application properties (right click on the launch icon > Properties) - the "Override high DPI scaling" option must be disabled. The issue may occur on Revit 2022 on machines with multiple graphics cards (tested on a combination of NVIDIA Quadro RTX 3000 + Intel(R) UHD Graphics 630).

Revit crash

Compatibility > Change high DPI settings

Override high DPI scaling behavior. Scaling performed by:

Override high DPI scaling: Off or eventually System (Enhanced)

100% Win11,Win10  CAD 
23.6.2022    1914×  
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applies to: Revit 2022 ·

See also:
Tip 9895:Missing or distorted parts of the ribbon or QAT panel.
Tip 9493:Inventor or AutoCAD or ReCap "stopped working" on a computer with two graphics cards.
Tip 8852:Publish interactive 3D models on the web with Autodesk 360.
Tip 8727:Transparent 3D views in Revit.
Tip 8597:Flashing, patchy appearance of Revit 3D models in Showcase.

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