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wegroves
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What is the WIndows XP command line installation procedure for AutoCAD 2013?

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01-24-2013 09:00 AM

AutoCAD 2013 will not install for me on a LenovoT430si laptop runninng WIndows XP Pro. The regular Auodesk Install procedure goes most of the way, but then a Windows Installer display opens giving information about msiexec options, but there is only an OK button on this display. When I try the installation using the command line and msiexec /i, I am not entering the correct sequence to allow the installation from the USB drive, e.g. msiexec /i G:\x86\acad\acad.msi.  I also would like to install Inventor and Revit on this same laptop. Can anyone tell me how to accomplish the installation of these Autodesk 2013 packages? 

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Re: What is the WIndows XP command line installation procedure for AutoCAD 2013?

01-25-2013 07:29 AM in reply to: wegroves

You might have a problem either with the download package or with your MSI Installer.  You might try upgrading the MSIExec and then redownloading the Autodesk installer. 

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