AutoCAD 2010/2011/2012

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installation files are corrupt. download a fresh copy and retry

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06-04-2012 09:40 AM

I am trying to download and install a student version of AutoCAD 2010 - however during installation i keep getting the message "Some of the installation files are corrupt. Please download a fresh copy and retry the installation". I have read on some others posts that downloading using mozilla firefox and download manager has been successful for resolving this issue, however upon trying this myself the download got stuck at 97% and will not finish. Please can someone advise what i can do to reslove this problem ?! 

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Re: installation files are corrupt. download a fresh copy and retry

06-04-2012 02:31 PM in reply to: tillywheatley3

Hi,

 

>> Please can someone advise what i can do to reslove this problem ?!

If you always tried that on the same place and always had the error of incomplete downloads then change either your location or your internet-provider :smileywink:

For me: I have had problems sometimes with downloading data from the Autodesk-server, but the best experiance was to use none of the download-managers (and yes, I use Mozilla as the preferred browser).

 

BTW: you have currently access to download a 2010-release? The current release is 2013 and imho Autodesk has only current releases ready for download!

 

- alfred -

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