Additionally, it is possible to see this same behavior can be seen on Windows 7 systems.
The .NET Framework 4.7 has been installed on the system.
Roll back any recent Windows updates, particularly for .NET Framework 4.7 (see Autodesk products not working after installing .NET Framework 4.7).
Use Windows System Restore to revert to a point before the crashes started. Declining future Windows updates should keep your AutoCAD programs running, although this is not recommended. Not updating a Windows system could put you at risk by missing out on installing security patches and other important updates from Microsoft.
Upgrade to a newer version of AutoCAD, although, it is possible that .NET Framework 4.7 can still be a conflicting factor.
- Run the product on a supported version of Windows and avoid installing .NET Framework 4.7. Here are links to the system requirements for AutoCAD versions 2012, 2013, and 2014: