Did you delete the CascadeInfo.cas file and then afterwards the ProductInformation.PIT file (then a reinstall) if the preceeding failed?
"Did you delete the CascadeInfo.cas file and then afterwards the ProductInformation.PIT file (then a reinstall) if the preceeding failed?"
I did deleted both files. But Do I need CascadeInfo.cas file since me install is stand alone station. Same situation, Inventor will not start. Same error as before.
After you deleted both files and reinstalled, were both files recreated?
I checked your .pit file already. It is correct. The .pit file is pretty important and can cause other programs to not function. I would normally rename the file.
If you can get a .pit file that has Inventor Suite already installed, you maybe able to save your installation. Otherwise, you may need to re-install the software.
Also, you can try to create a new user account to see if you can run Inventor and also try running as an "Administrator".
I resolved a similar issue with one of our customer by exporting then deleting the following registry key:
Remember to create a backup by right-clicking on the registry key and choose "Export" before deleting...
This key will be recreated when Inventor is launched.
Once that key is removed try launching Inventor.
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