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rodgreen
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Installation ended prematurely because of an error

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09-04-2001 12:05 AM
I am trying to install a copy of AutocadLT 2000i on a newly built Win 2000 sp2 machine.
I put in all the serial number and cd key and get the bar graph which gets 0.75 the way accros and then show a dialog box titled fatal error with the text "Installation ended prematurely because of an error"
I am logged in as administrator, I have tried safe mode, I have tried removing HP printers. I have checked rights to the program files directory.
Any ideas??

Rod Green
*Klasson, Conny
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Re: Installation ended prematurely because of an error

09-04-2001 04:59 PM in reply to: rodgreen
Turn of anti-virus software?

Conny

rodgreen wrote:
>
> I am trying to install a copy of AutocadLT 2000i on a newly built Win
> 2000 sp2 machine.
> I put in all the serial number and cd key and get the bar graph which
> gets 0.75 the way accros and then show a dialog box titled fatal error
> with the text "Installation ended prematurely because of an error"
> I am logged in as administrator, I have tried safe mode, I have tried
> removing HP printers. I have checked rights to the program files
> directory.
> Any ideas??
>
> Rod Green
*Ahava, Petri
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Re: Installation ended prematurely because of an error

09-04-2001 06:04 PM in reply to: rodgreen
Hi,

 

try copying the whole CD to the harddisk and run
Setup from there. This has sometimes helped me.

 

HTH

 

Petri Ahava

CAD-Q Finland


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I
am trying to install a copy of AutocadLT 2000i on a newly built Win 2000 sp2
machine.
I put in all the serial number and cd key and get the bar graph
which gets 0.75 the way accros and then show a dialog box titled fatal error
with the text "Installation ended prematurely because of an error"
I am
logged in as administrator, I have tried safe mode, I have tried removing HP
printers. I have checked rights to the program files directory.
Any
ideas??

Rod Green

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