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I was wondering if there has been any further update / developments to this initial question ?
We are soon to be in a similar problem where out native OS will be Windows 7 running in 64Bit and require Autocad 2010 to run in 32Bit mode to be able to support other applications which only run in 32Bit mode (at this stage).
I am hoping someone on this forum may have a solution / work around to this problem which seems likely to become more of common issue.
Same problem here. Anyone found other solutions? If that Longbow Converter can make it work, why is AutoDesk itself not making it easier for us right now. I know the solution should be coming from my plug-in seller but then again... they don't/can't.
They do have another new program that substitutes the program we are still working with but we would need to change our entire environment for that... and it will cost a lot of money. (Almost?) impossible at the moment!
Can't AutoCAD make the version work 32-bits on a 64-bits windows 7 machine for the time being? Why don't they do that?
I think installing a virtual windows xp pc, buying another program to convert AutoCAD and that sort of solutions are not the solving of the problem I seek. They are all work-arounds for a problem that perhaps could be solved easily by AutoDesk itself?
i'm looking at that software but, i feel Autodesk should have an answer for this matter. I will typically being running in 64 bit mode but, will only need the 32 bit when doing FlexCad isometrics. Would be an easy fix if FlexCad would run in 64 bit. I don't want to burn 2 autocad license on each machine if i don't have to. The cost is too high for this solution. There should be an easy fix for this.
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