Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2007 & Prior

Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2007 & Prior

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*[Autodesk], Julian Gonzalez
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03-25-2003 06:11 AM in reply to: *Lafrenière, Gary
I discussed this with product support. They recomend that you upgrade the
P3 800MHz and 866 MHz systems ro a minimum of 512 RAM. This should allow
you to use ADT 2004 wihtout too much of a performance hit. The slower P3
450MHz will probably perform below your expectations and should be upgraded
with both, processor speed and RAM. The 1.4GHz Celeron processor will
definetly be an improvement.

Cheers,

Julian

"Gary Lafrenière" wrote in message
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> Julian,
>
> What about Jason's suggestion for upgrading the processor to a 1.4GHz
> Celeron and bumping up the RAM to 512MB? Would that be a better set-up
for
> using AutoCAD 2004 than an 800 MHz Pentium 3? And what about for ADT
2004?
> I would only use ADT for walls, doors, windows, etc. I would not use the
> advanced functions like rendering, etc.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Gary Lafrenière
> CAD Manager
> Plan B Retail Design
> Remove NO SPAM from address before replying
>
>
*Peterson, Jason
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03-26-2003 09:53 PM in reply to: *Lafrenière, Gary
You're welcome. Hope everything goes smooth, from the budget end and
technical end both.

Jason

"Gary Lafrenière" wrote in message
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Jason,

I will check out PowerLeap.com. It seems like an option to consider.

Thanks,

Gary Lafrenière
CAD Manager
Plan B Retail Design
Remove NO SPAM from address before replying
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"Jason Peterson" wrote in message
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>.........
> Gary, if money is tight, you may want to look at a processor upgrade.
Check
> out www.powerleap.com. You might be able to go to a 1.4 GHz, although it
is
> a Celeron processor. I've had pretty good luck with there products.
> However, as Paul refered to, RAM is just as, if not more, critical.
>
> Jason Peterson
> CAD/IT Manager
> Scholer Corporation
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Re: AutoCAD/ADT 2004 system requirements

09-12-2011 03:55 AM in reply to: *Lafrenière, Gary

Sir, I have a laptop "acer inspire 4750z" and it does not support 32bit driver.

 

I work on AUTOCAD 2004

 

so, i want to know that, is the AUTOCAD 2004 support WINDOWS 7 - 64bit version????????????

 

 

Please response me as quick as possible.

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