Revit Architecture

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Registered: ‎04-15-2011
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Reinstall problem

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05-05-2012 06:16 AM



I have a serious problem with the installation of Revit Architecture 2013.


I had to abort the installation of Revit using the task manager and to that effect, every time i retry to install the programm the installation manager tells me it is already installed. 


I've performed the steps to do a clean install (removing all associated files and cleaning registry files) but got no result. When I go in the installation folder under x64 to install Revit directly (without using the manager), I get the following message: "Error 1606.Could not access network location Program."

I've drfited through the forums and even contacted support (probably based in India) who sent me to more forums. But nothing I found helped. 


I am considering formating my Hard Drive now but I thought I would ask here before I do that. 


Is there any way to get it to install without going through the trouble of reformating ?

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Re: Reinstall problem

05-15-2012 04:50 AM in reply to: DHZ-Phoenix

Are you on subscription? If so put a support ticket in to Autodesk - keep contacting them until they help.

also you can contact your reseller and have them put a ticket into Autodesk to assist you.

They should be able to assist with this - if not - get a new reseller that provides support!


I would also try here -




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