I've been working with companies for several years now and my last purchase of AutoCAD was R13. I have been offered to work on some additional contract work but can't seem to locate my r13 CD. I have the installation diskette (yes, diskette) and ser. no., but no CD. I don't have a problem getting the latest version and I look forward to doing so, but I'm a bit financially challenged at the moment. How can I locate the R13 CD?
Just a question that could use some higher power solution.
Maybe I'm not explaining myself very good, but first things first. I have a floppy disk drive. I have a floppy disk that contains the license information to install R13. You cannot install R13 without a valid license floppy installation diskette (i have). In addition to the install disk R13, came with a CD (i don't have). My problem is obtaining the CD with the program files.
I have a slightly similar problem. I have my personalization disk and the 2 CD's ready to go... all original stuff and the disk is also with autodesk sticker on it and all. But some how all data was lost on the disk so when I attempt to do the install all that happens is that Windows asks me if I would like to format the disk. so in a very real sense I have lost my disk! I have tried to recover anything on the disk but no success! I even had a guy send me a utility for checking the disk out but nothing!
I also have managed to get ahold of autocad R13. No, I didn't download it from a warez site. The cd didn't come with a floppy. I've managed to get it to install, but now whenever I try to run it, I get the serial error, "sequence error reading initial allocation list" I'm running it on windows 98, but I also get the error when I try it on a Windows NT4 virtual Machine. Any ideas? Thanks for any help you can give me.