After recreating the deployment again, Corcad (Owner of this forum thread) could able to install the software successfully.
If i understand you correctly, you are facing a similar error and you have already received a Maintenance update from Autodesk, can you please share with me on which Update link has been sent to you. I presume its SP1 for 2012. Also provide me the email address you have used while submitting the crash report, this would help me to understand your problem better.
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A look in the verbose installer log file shows that AcBrandRes.dll is the ONLY reason why the error happens. Service Pack 1 expects to find the non-suite version of that file. Since that file only contains the SPLASH SCREEN graphic (which is different for the BDS suite) you can safely hit IGNORE for that error.
Otherwise you could steal a copy of that DLL from the NON-SUITE install of AutoCAD MEP and drop it in the program files folder before you apply the service pack. (the free downloadable trial version would work)
So, I have tried everything on the list including uninstalling and re-installing Inventor Pro 2012 to get SP1 to load. I am having crashing issues with the base software. I keep getting the error 1328 during the install. I have replaced the dll file as directed.
Please, for the love of god, tell me what I have to do to fix this. Since the Vault 2012 install has migrated the files over, I am out of options.
I am running a Dell Precision T3500 with Windows 7 pro 64 bit. I have 16 gigs of ram.
Inventor 2012 Pro
Dell Precision T3500
Nvidia Quadro FX1800
Windows 7/64 bit w/ sp1
Can you please let me know the email address that you have used to submit these crash reports from Inventor. This would help us to investigate further.
Can we get an official answer from someone at AutoDesk on this.. and the plan for moving forward. We have 35+ machines with the full BDS suite deployed.. I'd like to have it done correctly the first time instead of having to touch or potentially reinstall a quantity of them again.