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ser
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Previous Version Download and Install

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05-23-2012 06:10 PM

I am having trouble installing a previous version of 2011 Revit Architecture and Structure after sucessfully downloading and installing 2011 Revit MEP.

 

After the download when I try to install I get error warnings of corrupt files saying I should download fresh copy.

When I try to install I get these error codes:

 

CRC failed in Revit Setup\ Revit Architecture\ x64.cab

CRC failed in Revit Setup\ Architecture\ x86.cab

 

I have a newer version of Windows 7, when I installed the 2011 Revit MEP in compatibility with older version of window xp service pack 2. The MEP version actuallys says 2011 Revit B MEP, I do not know what the B means but do not see the same thing in the Architeture and Structure Downloads.

 

I downloaded the Revit Architecture a second time with the same problem.

 

Should I request a CD through the subsciption center? Not sure how to move forward on this.

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troye
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Registered: ‎05-23-2012
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Re: Previous Version Download and Install

05-23-2012 06:23 PM in reply to: ser

You will not be able to install revit architecture after installing MEP you will have to go the other way Architecture first and then MEP.

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