Running autocad 2012 on win 7 professional.
The CD installed just fine, and I believe I put on one of the fixes (not 100% sure about the update). Did this back in July.
Whenever I currently start autocad, an "autodesk exchange" window opens, and on the right side in a box it says regarding Product Updates and Service Packs : An update or service pack is available.
I could swear that about 2-3 weeks ago the Autodesk Exchange window was saying something like "my software is up to date" (or "current").
As such, I have installed Service Pack 1 for Autocad 2012, and that update completed successfully and I restarted windows. However, it still says in the Autodesk Exchange window "an update or service pack is available".
3 Part question:
- Am I mis-remembering, or prior to Service Pack 1, did this window used to say your software was up to date?
- If so, is there some patch that I need to apply to get it to say "your software is up to date" again?
- How do you know which updates / service packs you have applied to your product ?
(mine is "product version: F.107.0.0, AutoCAD 2012 - English SP1" (obviously SP1 means Service Pack 1, but what about updates or fixes???)
Thank you, and apologies in advance, as I'm a newbie to Autocad.
SP1 is currently the latest update at the time of this posting. You can check for updates here: