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*Richard
Message 1 of 9 (81 Views)

installation order in 7

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04-24-2003 05:48 PM
During inventor 5.3 there is an installation order that we would do to keep
everything stable. We would install MDT 6.0 first then inventor 5.3.

I was looking for a readme file on the CD of inventor 7.0 about it and
couldn't find any.

We would be installing it in a network. Has anybody encountered errors or
issues with the installation order. Do I just install Disk 1 and then Disk
2?

Thanks for your comments!
*Jeffrey, Dennis
Message 2 of 9 (81 Views)

Re: installation order in 7

04-24-2003 09:44 PM in reply to: *Richard
Correct Procedure with IV6 and 7 is Inventor first, then MDT.

Dennis

Richard wrote:
> During inventor 5.3 there is an installation order that we would do to keep
> everything stable. We would install MDT 6.0 first then inventor 5.3.
>
> I was looking for a readme file on the CD of inventor 7.0 about it and
> couldn't find any.
>
> We would be installing it in a network. Has anybody encountered errors or
> issues with the installation order. Do I just install Disk 1 and then Disk
> 2?
>
> Thanks for your comments!
>
>
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MechMan_
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Message 3 of 9 (81 Views)

Re: installation order in 7

04-24-2003 09:45 PM in reply to: *Richard
Good question. For R6 you had to install IV and then MDT or else you would have authorization problems.



Anyone have problems with their AIS7 install procedure? Have users been successful with installing IV then MDT or MDT then IV?



MechMan
*Sevier, Derek
Message 4 of 9 (81 Views)

Re:

04-24-2003 10:09 PM in reply to: *Richard
I installed MDT first and the Inventor...So
far, so smooth... Haven't had a crash yet. Been working with it
for 15 hours now...Lovely software. Actually, I didn't get much crash from INV6
but the speed performance in INV7 is better. So far, very happy!


--
Derek Sevier
Mechanical Design
Engineer
Quality Corporation

href="http://www.donkeyforklift.com">www.donkeyforklift.com


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Good
question. For R6 you had to install IV and then MDT or else you would have
authorization problems.


Anyone have problems with their AIS7 install procedure? Have users been
successful with installing IV then MDT or MDT then IV?


MechMan

*Puschner, Michael
Message 5 of 9 (81 Views)

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04-25-2003 01:07 AM in reply to: *Richard
In R6 it is

- stand alone =  IV 1st, MDT 2nd
- network
license = MDT 1st, IV 2nd


 

Maybe with the new installer routines
this rule
is no longer valid.
Someone knows?
(Still don't have an AIS7, as a German
VAR
I have to wait and wait an wait ...)
--

Michael Puschner

size=2>mp@scholle.de

*Caldwell, Larry
Message 6 of 9 (81 Views)

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04-25-2003 01:53 AM in reply to: *Richard
Na na nu na na! <G>

~Larry


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In R6 it is

- stand alone =  IV 1st, MDT 2nd
-
network license = MDT 1st, IV 2nd


 

Maybe with the new installer routines
this
rule is no longer valid.
Someone knows?
(Still don't have an AIS7, as a
German VAR
I have to wait and wait an wait ...)

size=2>--
Michael Puschner

face=Arial size=2>mp@scholle.de

*Puschner, Michael
Message 7 of 9 (81 Views)

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04-25-2003 02:47 AM in reply to: *Richard
But I'll get it in German language and have
much

more fun with all the funny translations
...

Na na nu na na!  *vbg*


 

 

 

 


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Na na nu na na! <G>

~Larry


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*Caldwell, Larry
Message 8 of 9 (81 Views)

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04-25-2003 03:05 AM in reply to: *Richard
Maybe they got ol' Bagdad Bob do'n the
translations, eh? <G>

~Larry


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But I'll get it in German language and have
much

more fun with all the funny translations
...

Na na nu na na!  *vbg*


 

 

 

 


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Na na nu na na! <G>

~Larry


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*Dotson, Sean
Message 9 of 9 (81 Views)

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04-25-2003 04:10 AM in reply to: *Richard
"There are no infidel open loops in the sketch!"

--
Sean Dotson, PE
http://www.sdotson.com
Check the Inventor FAQ for most common questions
www.sdotson.com/faq.html
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> Maybe they got ol' Bagdad Bob do'n the translations, eh?
> ~Larry
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> But I'll get it in German language and have much
> more fun with all the funny translations ...
> Na na nu na na! *vbg*
> --
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> Na na nu na na!
> ~Larry
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