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; error: no function definition: ACET-REG-MACHINE-PRODKEY

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04-29-2014 10:21 AM

Hi, 

 

  I don't know since when I got this error message when I start AutoCAD: 

 

; error: no function definition: ACET-REG-MACHINE-PRODKEY

 

  when I try 

Command: EXPRESSTOOls
Customization file unloaded successfully. Customization Group: express

Customization file loaded successfully. Customization Group: EXPRESS

; error: no function definition: ACET-REG-MACHINE-PRODKEY

 

  It must be part of EXPRESSTOOls. It's really annoying. I have googled it and found not solution. How I can get rid of it? 

 

 

Thanks 

Wes

Vault Pro 2014, Windows 7 64 bit, AutoCAD (ACA, Map) 2014

It would be helpful to know what version/flavor of AutoCAD and on what platform (OS).

 

Assuming Windows 7, from Control Panel, Programs and Features, you could first try using Add/Remove Features to remove Express Tools.  Be sure to re-start your machine and launch AutoCAD to verify that it is removed.  Then (if you want it) run Add/Remove again to re-install it.

 

If this doesn't fix things, go to the next level and run a full repair and/or re-install.

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Re: ; error: no function definition: ACET-REG-MACHINE-PRODKEY

05-13-2014 08:20 AM in reply to: wesbird

It would be helpful to know what version/flavor of AutoCAD and on what platform (OS).

 

Assuming Windows 7, from Control Panel, Programs and Features, you could first try using Add/Remove Features to remove Express Tools.  Be sure to re-start your machine and launch AutoCAD to verify that it is removed.  Then (if you want it) run Add/Remove again to re-install it.

 

If this doesn't fix things, go to the next level and run a full repair and/or re-install.

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