Mark, with other software, I was able to change my computers date back say 4 months, a year, or whatever, and fixed your issue, may want to try it. After the installation finishes, you can then correct your computers date.
Another thing I have been meaning to do is create a thread for everyone to post the little glitches and issues that would otherwise be overlooked by autodesk, maybe help to bring attention to the minor things that make me want to pull my hair out and waste hours and hours of my time. Is it only me, or is everyone else also having these small glitches and issues? I've read the items from the service pack 1 (2013) and it seems they mainly only fix using the info gathered from the error report sent after crashes. I have a page front to back plastered with small issues that should be fixed.
Just to throw this out there, I've not had ONE SINGLE problem from Solidworks, NOT ONE crash, NOT ONE force close, NOT ONE lockup, not even a hang up for more than a second or two. Where is Autodesk???? I've been a happy Autodesk fan for 15 years.... up until about MEP where I started to notice the software becoming VERY, VERY sluggish, and a lot of problems.
I am a true believer in paying for software but I think you need to get a good product if you do this. Autodesk can't deliver a good product in ASD so it almost seems fair that you shouldn't have to pay for it. Lets all ask for our money back. I think some sort of petition aimed at the appropriate person could get some action and maybe some info put on some media sites to warn people thinking of purchasing ASD to be very careful before buying it. Autodesk is laughing at all of us using this forum. Their zero responses speak show their interest in trying to help out.
Has anyone got any ideas about a petition.
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I'm pretty sure the only way to get ASD is with the purchase of Revit wether included in a suite or stand alone. I don't believe you can buy ASD as a stand alone product.
This tells me that getting any type of refund would be unlikely since ASD has no face value.
Personally the only 2 softwares I use from my building design suite are ASD and Navisworks Manage. It was just cheaper to maintain the subscription on a BDS than keep upgrading Revit and Navis separately.
What Zoltan showed you was a hotfix for ASD 2013 to activate it.
If you wannt to rollback to ASD2013 and got the license expiration error, use that hotfix and it will work. (or at leas has worked until today. My 2013 version doesn't seems to start).
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