No matter which version of Autodesk Design Review I try to setup I get
"The following failed to install:
Autodesk Design Review 2013 (0x2: Failed downloading component.)"
I am running this as local administrator and the setup works on all other computers.
The specific computer is WinXP Pro sp3, 2gb RAM, 2.09 GHz.
Machine has all updates.
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I downloaded the bundle rather than the single install and it ran just fine. Not sure what is different in the bundle than the single ADR install but it was needed in my case.
We are having the same Failure issue. Where can we find the bundle download? I only see how to download the 2013 Design Review file located off the main Autodesk web page. Would you include a link to the bundle location?
This should link you to a 724MB download of the bundle. I also ran a .exe not a .msi. Good Luck! Let us know if it works for you as well.
That was EXACTLY what i needed, thanks a bunch, that bundle saved my day!!!
Been testing and looking and searching and what not for hours, this was perfect.
Originally had the internet connection failed error, tried to uninstall the Akima whatever, then the IMO (?) version with no luck, this was the solution
not sure if it's still this way, but i noticed (maybe a year ago) that the design review installer reached out to the microsoft .NET site to downlaod components. when you hit that site normally, it's pretty slow to respond and hence the DR installer times out and throws the error. i don't know why companies like autodesk don't jsut make the bundle available straight away. (back in the day it was called hotlinking and it was bad nettiquette
thanks brian - yeah i know it's out there (as mentioned, it's linked in the comment above mine).
i just wish they'd put the bundle right on the main page, was really my comment.
I tried teh download but that did not help. WHat did though was disabling Trend Micro on the PC while installing AutoCAD. I read that fix on another site and tried it - it worked!
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