The installation of IDSP has been an adventure. After a few rough starts Autodesk support team got us through the installation of 2 computers. Now I am attempting to install IDSP on my computer and have run into a number of errors that between this forum and Autodesk support I have worked through.
I start the install once again and looked like everything was installing ok.
That is until I get an message "Allied product is not found" and the install fails and removes all installations up to this point. The failure happened while installing the Civil 3D Language Pack.
Install log states:
2013/6/24:15:51:11 Administrator ______ Allied product is not found2013/6/24:15:51:35 Administrator ______ Insta
This install saga is endless!
The old 1603 error.....
Plenty to read up on for this:
The only thing I found addressing the statement "Allied Product is not Found" is in reguards to an uninstall nothing about during the install. The Result-1603 seems like a generic error for multiple issues.
Here is the statement from the install log I get.
2013/6/25:12:06:55 Administrator WIN7ULT64BIT1 All
Yes I saw this one but this refers to uninstall or a bad install so the program will show up in the fix. I tried but the install I am attempting will not show up for the fix.
Tried these too
To say the least I am bad need to get this resolved and I haven't heard back all day from Autodesk Subscription help starting to feel they forgot me.
Sorry, wish I could help some more.
You never know how resourceful people are, so I always try to at least lead them in the right direction. Obviously, you've been there, and done that :-)
I just went through a bunch of nonesense trying to get 2012 and 1014 installed on a new PC. What I needed to do was unistall .Net4.5, install .Net4 (this was more for 2012 I believe), then I had to use Windows update a few times to get .net4 updated. After this I was able to install 12 but not 14. I then installed .net4.5, Windows update again (3 times I think) and then I was able to install 14.
Note the common theme of having all .net updates installed.
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