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I have an answer on the DRC-120 error. I cleared mine by deleting 1 or more of the connections and then rehooking them back up. Seems to have been an issue with the net names that were attached to the component.
Hope that helps you.
Thanks for the hint. In a first test deleting some of the nets and creating new ones resolved the drc-120 error (after I named the new nets again).
About the Error 5709: I think I figured it out. Apparently DxDesigner doesn't like it if you delete the default "symbol library" reference (the one with the projects name that refers to the project folder with a dot) in the project settings. After I recreated that setting, the viewbase error was gone and only "real" PCB errors showed up - hooray.
Edit 1: FYI: About the drc-120 error : apparently DxDesigner has issues handling several net name patterns that alternate between letters and numbers. This will result in the range errors, which is completly confusing... But I tested it out, for example a net name "Buffered_ADC_2_1V9" will result in an range error, whereas "Buffered_ADC_2_1V9x" won't... I think it has something to do with the net name ending with a number, even though that does not always result in that error....
Error 5709: Don't delete standard symbol library reference (project name with reference to the project directory) from project settings.
drc-120: Try different net names that don't end in numbers!