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AutoCAD 2009

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08-04-2012 10:43 PM

I need AutoCAD 2009 for 32 bit Windows XP.The website :  http://students.autodesk.com only offers Autocad 2010-2013,but my PC doesn't support the newer versions.

I'm an engineering student,so I really want the software.Please provide me a link for Free download of AutoCAD 2009 (32 bit) ....

Student software is free of charge but it's not offered in older versions like 2009.
You are out of luck, I suspect you would not be able to authorize it.
2010 versions don't require much more hardware than 2009 unless your PC doesn't really meet 2009's requirements.
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Re: AutoCAD 2009

08-05-2012 05:49 AM in reply to: ravd0903
Student software is free of charge but it's not offered in older versions like 2009.
You are out of luck, I suspect you would not be able to authorize it.
2010 versions don't require much more hardware than 2009 unless your PC doesn't really meet 2009's requirements.
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Re: AutoCAD 2009

08-05-2012 05:47 PM in reply to: ravd0903

How old is your computer.

Whart are the specs?

(I was using a 5-6 yr old 32-bit computer with 2008-2012.)

Was it perfect, no.  Did it work. Yes.  Did it work fine.  I would say yes (for what you will need to do as long as you have 2GB RAM.)

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