Hey, I am having problem installing AutoCAD 2012. Almost when the installation process is done I keep receiving this message:
CRC failed in x64\acad\Program Files\Root\Inventor Server\Bin\ASMKERN217I.dll Unexpected end of archive
I already download .Net 4.0 and DirectX End User Runtimes (March 2009). I do not know what else to do. Can someone help me?
CRC-failure is a checksum-failure. When uncompressing a file or when downloading a file, the filesize will be checked against the checksum-value and that seems to have failed during your installation.
If you have downloaded the setup-dvd-content you should do a download once more. Autodesk recommends the use of their download-manager.
If you have started the installation from a dvd, try to copy the content of the dvd to a new directory on your local harddisk and start the setup.exe from this directory.
Good luck, - alfred -
i used the download manager from the website and I keep getting the same message. I think I going to download the 2011 version instead. Thanks for your help.
>> I going to download the 2011 version instead
I would not run 2011 when I would have the chance to get 2012.
Well, I had problems with downloading, I did it three times and all received files where defect, 2 days later I tried it once more (did the update parallel, one with download-manager, the other without) and then it worked.
For me it was interesting that I never had file-corruption during download and then 3 times and constant failed. However two days later it worked. Maybe you also try it also without downloadmanager, on another pc, ... In normal cases, the setup's donn't hace CRC-failures.
Goog luck, - alfred -
CRC and download manager issues may be resolved by using the alternate browser download method. See the blog post here for more information: