Hello everyone I'm new here and already I'm in front of a problem.
I downloaded a student copy of Autocad 2012 on this website. I launch the installation (the setup file), enter the serial and product key, click "ok" and the installation goes just fine. Then i'm blocked.
I went to my programs (windows), opened the folder named Autodesk, serched for the .exe file named after Autocad (acad.exe).
The thing opens, asks me to accept the conditions, I say yes, then it asks me to enter a serial and product key. So I entered the same numbers as I did at first.
AND i get a nice little red cross showing me that the numbers are wrong.
Can someone explain me what I did wrong? Thanks
my system: windows 8, 64 bits.
When you go to put your product key in do not. Say you have a temporary license or whatever the other option may be. When you enter the program and it says you have 30 days before your liscence or free trial expires, then type in your access code. It then should accept and youll know by it giving you a green check.
Hello Thimothy. I did what you said.
I selected the trial (30 days), then installed Autocad.
Then I ran the .exe file, accepted the terms of contract.Then It asked me to enter the serial and product key. I did that and to my disappointment, it has chown me a red cross.
I don't get how i get failures on just running the thing, my computer is all new, everything works fine, I have the Adobe Master Suite 5 ready to use. But Autocad won't run. It will install but won't run NOR activate.
I even tried to run the trial version, but I get an error message: 1: 5 2: adlmPITSetProductInformation failed. 3: 26
Hello! Could you please check from this list if you have keyed in the correct product key:http://autode.sk/Tt4LSz. Make sure as well that you have launched the correct program. The product, the serial number and the product key must all belong to AutoCAD 2012. If everything is matched, can you send me a private message with a screenshot of the error you are seeing.
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