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Inventor Pro 2009 with Windows 7 ??

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01-31-2010 11:41 AM
Can Inventor Professional 2009 be installed on a Windows 7 Home Premium OS computer?
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Re: Inventor Pro 2009 with Windows 7 ??

01-31-2010 09:07 PM in reply to: gemston1
It should be as long as you install all the SP's for Inventor and follow the
same directions as for Vista.

http://teknigroup.com/tutorials/InstallAdsk2009.html


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Re: Inventor Pro 2009 with Windows 7 ??

01-31-2010 10:27 PM in reply to: gemston1
Please remember that while this might be possible, Windows 7 is an unsupported operating system for Inventor 2009. This means that if you have problems or find bugs Autodesk will be unable to help.

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