I get an installation error when installing 2013.
AutoCAD installs fine but it is the inventor component that hass an error.
I believe this is due to me having a newer version of Microsoft Visual C++, i require this for other software.
Does anyone have any suggestions, it wouldn't normally bother me but i get an annoying message telling me that AutoCAD hasn't been installed properly every time i start up.
The error is below:
2012/10/5:09:35:39 Geg GEG-PC Installing Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 SP1 Redistributable ATL Security Update (x86): D:\3rdParty\x86\VCRedist\2005SP1ATL\vcredist_x86.e
2012/10/5:09:35:46 Geg GEG-PC Install Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 SP1 Redistributable ATL Security Update (x86) Failed Installation aborted, Result=1603
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I had a similar problem some time ago when Windows-update had updated the C++XXXX redistributable to a newer version than DesignReview (as part of the AutoCAD-installation) tried to install.
The solution was to uninstall the C++xxxx redistributables (including updates if there are any) and then start the installation again.
Good luck, - alfred -
The problem is i need c++ because i am building an application with visual studio.
>> The problem is i need c++ because i am building an application with visual studio.
You should just uninstall the redistributable! And when AutoCAD installed then successfully you can reinstall it again (if it's not already installed then by AutoCAD).
- alfred -