If you take a look at my posting at http://cadalot-revitlearningcurve.blogspot.co.uk/2
They are likley to point me back here...... bottom line there is a problem in your install software that needs to be resolved from within Autodesk
when I try to download Design Review 2013, I get a "no internet connection" error. I.ve checked, and my internet connect is OK. The update erased Design Review 2012.
I am attempting to install Design Review 2013, I have the latest version of .Net Framework 4 and MS Visual C++ 2010 SP1 Redistributable x64.
When I attempt to run SetupDesignReview2013.msi it says the following error: "Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 SP1 redistrubutable is required to continue with the installation. Please visit Microsoft download site to retrieve the redistributable package."
The funny this is that I have it installed, configured and installed another vendor's software that required the same C++ package.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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You need install MS Visual C++ 2010 SP1 Redistributable (x86) which can be downloaded from Microsoft's website.
Any further question please let me know.
Hi, I'm getting "Error 1720" when attempting either exe ot msi files. Also got the same error when installing through the Revit installation file. I tried repairing the MS Visual C++, uninstalling then reintsalling it and SP1 but still get the attached error.
I'm having trouble installing ADR 2013. Seems to me I need to delete an ADR 2012 folder in the registry. I get an 0x643 Internal Error when trying to install ADR 2013.
Can you tell me which folders pertain to Design Review 2012 as you have described earlier versions:
2. Navigate to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\Installer\Pro
3. Delete the folder pertaining to the older version of Design Review that's currently installed: - For 2011, delete the 7D4B02D8224399043923932FE716A7F6 folder. - For 2010, delete the 620E9D550BCDFF646BA0869B2722C86F folder. - For 2009, delete the AA360054B346C714C85F04B53A4FFE04 folder. - For 2008, delete the E302FCAFD4F0A9848BC01D5852C3F8BC folder.
It automaticly un-installed design review 2012.
Now it just tells me I have no internet connection, which I definately do.
Ive been left with no design review software on my machine......
Thanks very much!
I get that same error on all installations.
We spent hours trying to get formerly functioning Design Review to install the new version.
Better to use the old version even if we have to keep our hammer and chisels.
WHy hasnt this been addressed since March 2012?!?
Just recently downloaded Autodesk Design Review. I've noticed a bug in the polyline measurement mark up summary. It occurs when opening a DWF with polyline measurements, making a change to an existing polyline by changing it's length. The view shows the length changing but when I perform a "Save Markup Summary" the polyline's length that was just changed is not reflected in the new csv file. The length remains as it was originally created. I use the csv file a lot to compute the aggregate length of multiple polylines all of the time. This is a huge henderance in the 2013 version. This only occurrs after opening a previously closed DWF file and one make changes to existing polylines.
Has anyone else noticed this in Autodesk 2013??
I have reverted to 2012 and this bug is not there....
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