I don't know if it does or not. But I'd get away from the XP 64 OS as soon as possible. Win 7 is far more stable, and has many more drivers.
i am running it on win 7 64-bit. you can't use a serial hardlock, must be usb or network key because the serial hardlock drivers are not compatible with 64-bit OS.
How did you get it to install on a 64bit machine? Our IT guy says when he tries to install it, it says it cannot install because it is not supported on 64bit O/S? Thanks!
try these things and let me know if this works for you or not.
also, you will need to have a USB or network license lock to use caice with win 7, because I couldn't find dirvers that would work with the parallel lock. alternatively, you can get a dongle emulator that runs on your computer for a few hundred.
attached image as proof that caice 10.1 w/ sp8 is running on win7 64-bit pro.
if you are using caice 10 or 10.1 you need to install acad 2004 first because there are some files that are shared and caice will freak out. i found this out the hard way and it took forever for me to debug the issue.
you can have both 2004 and civil 3d 2012 installed on the same system. just make sure that your dwg file associatioins don't switch to 2004 after the install. if so, you can change them back inthe control panel.
Thanks for the instructions. I have installed CAiCE, but when I run it I get the popup window "Authorize Specific Products" there is nothing in the list??? Any thoughts. Thanks
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