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mallochtaylor
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Reinstallation after changing to non-domain profile

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01-04-2013 01:31 PM

My company domain profile on my laptop was corrupted, so I'm using a local profile now.  The local profile is a local administrator.  When I try to use Autocad LT 2007 I get a windows message saying, 'Autocad LT Application has stopped working'.  I tried uninstalling and reinstalling.  No change.  Where do I go from here?  I cant find a phone number on the website.

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TravisNave
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01-07-2013 01:57 PM in reply to: mallochtaylor

Support is handled thru your Reseller. 

 

What is your Operating System?

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01-07-2013 02:17 PM in reply to: mallochtaylor

Hi,

 

I solved it in the end.  I forgot that you have to run LT 2007 in the XP compatibility mode.  So when I ran it from the new profile it was trying to run in Vista and didnt start up.  I should have remembered.

 

Thanks!

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