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    scott valentine
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    Red face ArcHydro

    Is there a link to the ArcHydro downloads that is operational at this tiime? The link in the old forums just brings me back to the support login page.

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    Default Archydro download

    Does anybody know where to get the arc hydro extension for 9.3? I can't seem to find in anywhere?

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    Default Hydro Data Model downloads are here


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    You may also want to periodically check the ESRI ftp site. Updates and version history information is posted there for ArcHydro and other water resources utilities.

    ftp.esri.com

    Login: RiverHydraulics
    pass: river.1114
    Ian Pryor
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    Unhappy Re: Hydro Data Model downloads are here

    Actually it is not at this link. The link only leads you to an email address from which to request download instructions which are supplied promptly.

    I followed the instructions. Installation seemed to go okay but:

    1. Could find no way of activating the installed program. Not under All Programs and No file or icon to activate it yet the files were installed under Program Files (x86),

    2. Could not find the Tutorial folders so could get no advice on what to do.

    So the net result was no result and a lot of time wasted

    Any advice how to solve these problems to get Arc Hydro running would be much appreciated.
    Thank you.
    Last edited by edi1511; 05-13-2010 at 10:52 PM. Reason: Additional thoughts

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    Default Re: Hydro Data Model downloads are here

    Quote Originally Posted by edi1511 View Post
    Actually it is not at this link. The link only leads you to an email address from which to request download instructions which are supplied promptly.
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    I followed the link from your post and it had all the zipped resources for the various versions of ArcHydro.
    I'd recommend downing the zip again, the docs and tutorials are in the doc folder.

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    Default Re: ArcHydro

    ftp://ftp.esri.com/ArcHydro/Setup9.3_9.3.1/

    RiverHydraulics
    river.1114

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    Default Re: ArcHydro

    Oh
    I download this intervine, it's so small that I guess it's misapprehension

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    Default Re: ArcHydro

    The FTP site link no longer works and and link at esri (http://resources.arcgis.com/content/hydro-data-model) for ArcHydro for 9.2/9.3 doesn't work. I've been trying to find archydro for 9.3 now for about an hour-should it be this hard?

    Thanks,

    Stephanie

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    Quote Originally Posted by y2kproof View Post
    The FTP site link no longer works and and link at esri (http://resources.arcgis.com/content/hydro-data-model) for ArcHydro for 9.2/9.3 doesn't work. I've been trying to find archydro for 9.3 now for about an hour-should it be this hard?

    Thanks,

    Stephanie
    Strange, the link that jvondracek indicated works for me (http://resources.arcgis.com/content/hydro-data-model). However, having downloaded and "installed" it, I keep getting messages saying "5, Invalid procedure call or argument"

    I installed it fine on another machine. Would this have anything to do with the OS being 64 bit?

    Garth
    Last edited by GarthCGA; 08-05-2010 at 03:06 AM.

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    Default Re: ArcHydro

    Yes, I am having trouble with the link as well. It seems to be unavailable. Does anyone know of a mirror?

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    Quote Originally Posted by taylor65 View Post
    Yes, I am having trouble with the link as well. It seems to be unavailable. Does anyone know of a mirror?
    I just tried it again and it seems to be fine. I logged in to place my first post, and it worked after that. You may need to be logged in to download the zip file.

    I am getting the same error as you Garth. It appears that after clicking ok through the invalid argument errors, there are several ArcHyrdo features missing from each menu. I image the toolbar will work, just not those sub tools. Too bad the install didn't come with an install readme file....
    Last edited by taylor65; 08-06-2010 at 10:36 AM.

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    Default Re: ArcHydro

    Quote Originally Posted by taylor65 View Post
    I just tried it again and it seems to be fine. I logged in to place my first post, and it worked after that. You may need to be logged in to download the zip file.

    I am getting the same error as you Garth. It appears that after clicking ok through the invalid argument errors, there are several ArcHyrdo features missing from each menu. I image the toolbar will work, just not those sub tools. Too bad the install didn't come with an install readme file....
    Ok, it works fine now. I closed all programs, and ran all three installers that came withthe zip file. That seems to have done the trick. Good Luck.

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    Default Re: ArcHydro

    Does anyone know if Arc Hydro for ArcGIS 10 is available? Or if they have plans to port it to ArcGIS 10?

    Thanks very much.

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    Default Re: ArcHydro

    I have installed ArcHydro and like some other friends I keep getting this message saying "5, Invalid procedure call or argument" basically when I run "catchment Polygon Processing". All other commands prior to Catchment Polygon Processing are working properly but not the mentioned one.
    Could anyone-one help me on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abesht View Post
    I have installed ArcHydro and like some other friends I keep getting this message saying "5, Invalid procedure call or argument" basically when I run "catchment Polygon Processing". All other commands prior to Catchment Polygon Processing are working properly but not the mentioned one.
    Could anyone-one help me on this?
    I received the same error when loading the tools. I installed the other two components, XML and ApFramework, which fixed the error.

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    Question Re: ArcHydro

    I'm having some trouble with ArcHydro freezing up my ArcMap window. Some of the tools work but a few of them cause the program to completely freeze up. Has anyone had trouble with this? I'm running a 64-bit machine, ArcGIS 9.3.1 and just updated to the latest ArcHydro tools available on the ftp.

    Is there any additional support for ArcHydro? My search continues...

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