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LEGO Digital Designer (LDD)

dagnillodagnillo Member Posts: 7
edited March 2012 in Building and Techniques
I recently discovered LDD and I must say it's damn impressive. I installed it on my laptop with no problems, but when I installed it on my desktop I get a runtime error whenever I try and run it. I looked on LEGO's site and all they said was to update my graphics drivers, which I did. I then tried uninstalling and re-installing LDD with no luck. My computer is not very old and quite capable of running the program. Any ideas?


  • rocaorocao Administrator Posts: 4,290
    If you are getting a specific error message or could describe the error (i.e. the step at which it happens and what happens), that would help.

    I think you're best bet will probably be to contact LEGO's LDD customer service:
  • FurrysaurusFurrysaurus Member Posts: 156
    i ran into similar problems when i was trying to update it recently. the uninstall/reboot/reinstall trio worked for me.
  • dagnillodagnillo Member Posts: 7
    It's a generic run time error when I try to run the program. I don't think I have ever rebooted between uninstalling and installing, so i might try that.
  • OrthobotrexOrthobotrex Member Posts: 165
    My problem is a dispatching error (and I don't have a clue to what that means) when I try to upgrade to the new version .
  • dagnillodagnillo Member Posts: 7
    Well i tried rebooting and that didn't work. This is very frustrating. At least I can run it on my laptop.
  • jadedancjadedanc Member Posts: 1,302
    edited March 2012
    So I have been trying to use LDD to start MOCs but either my mind isn't working to well (cause I have been up over 36 hrs ATM) or I am just really dumb. I can't seem to figure out how to turn bricks to go the opposite direction. Like say, for instance, I were to MOC a building. I can place the bricks on a East-to-West axis but not on a North-to-South axis. Someone with more brainpower help out please :) Lol
  • LegobrandonCPLegobrandonCP Member Posts: 1,917
    Click on the brick you want to move and use your arrow keys on your keyboard to move the piece. I hope this helps!
  • jadedancjadedanc Member Posts: 1,302
    Wow I really do feel dumb now lol....what I get for haveing a "gaming" wireless mouse....makes you forget you have arrow keys on the computer lol
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