AutoCAD 2007/2008/2009

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AutoCAD 2007 is compatibility with Win7 64bit?

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10-31-2012 07:54 AM

Hi, I installed AutoCAD 2007 software in my machine (Company machine, Win7 64bit OS).

When I opened this, it needs to be input the admin user name and password.

Our IT couldn't grant me the admin right.

So I am asking whether there is compatiblity issue with Win7 64bit OS?

And could we use another way to install this software?

Thank you for your help on this.

 

 

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Re: AutoCAD 2007 is compatibility with Win7 64bit?

10-31-2012 08:01 AM in reply to: southco_im

2007 is not supported in Win7 (32bit or 64bit).

 

99% of the time, your Windows Log-in needs to run AutoCAD 2007 once as local or full Admin then after that your Windows Log-in can be knocked back down.

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Re: AutoCAD 2007 is compatibility with Win7 64bit?

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Re: AutoCAD 2007 is compatibility with Win7 64bit?

04-03-2014 01:07 AM in reply to: southco_im

 

Hello from France

 

Welcome to the Autodesk/AutoCAD Forums !

 

*** Now my standard answer ***

 

To run old 32bits AutoCAD software on a modern 64 bits PC with Win Seven x64 / Win Eight x64, they are 3 solutions :

 

1 - http://www.longbowsoftware.com/

 

2 - Run a VMWare with Win 2000+SP4 32 bits or Win XP Pro 32 bits

 

3 - Try to use the special "Win XP Mode" of Win Seven/Eight

Very often, they are some problems and it's very slow !

 

As far as I know, solutions 1 & 2 are OK ...

 

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