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Macc24USC
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Registered: ‎06-04-2012
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Accidentally installed 32-bit version

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06-04-2012 06:17 PM

I went to download my free version of AutoCAD since I'm an engineering student, and I accidentally selected 32-bit when I actually run a 64-bit system. DOes anybody know what I can do to uninstall and reinstall so I can use this? Thanks a l,ot

 

email - macc24usc@gmail.com if you have a fix for me plz and thank you!

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JDMather
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Re: Accidentally installed 32-bit version

06-04-2012 06:20 PM in reply to: Macc24USC

Macc24USC wrote:

 I accidentally selected 32-bit when I actually run a 64-bit system


It sounds like you downloaded but never installed.
In fact if you try to install it should give you an error that wrong OS version.

Did you install or not?

If yes, show a screen capture of it running.

If no, simply download the 64-bit version and install it.  So easy!

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Re: Accidentally installed 32-bit version

06-05-2012 04:02 AM in reply to: Macc24USC

If it installed, you got the correct version my friend. There is nothing more to do, you cannot install the wrong bit-version in Windows with AutoCAD. You got the correct version, whther you think so or not.

 

So what is really going on? Are you anticipating a new PC or laptop perhaps? Or read some tip somewhere and you are trying to emulate it?

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