I am having problems installing AutoCad Lt 2013. It fails during the .Net installation. I am using Windows 7 Ultimate, 64 bit. I have used AutoCad Lt 2012 with Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit before... I am installing from my hard drive using AutoCADLT_2013_English_Win_64bit.exe. I have all Windows updates installed. I have run the installation as administrator, used the cmd prompt/system file checker utility to repair/replace any damaged system files...etc...etc... I am at a loss now.
Here is a copy of the log file:
2012/6/12:11:10:02 Work JODY-HP === Setup started on JODY-HP by Work === 2012/6/12:11:10:02 Work JODY-HP Launch 2012/6/12:11:10:05 Work JODY-HP === Setup ended ===
2012/6/12:11:10:02 Work JODY-HP === Setup started on JODY-HP by Work === 2012/6/12:11:10:02 Work JODY-HP Launch 2012/6/12:11:10:04 Work JODY-HP PageOpen LaunchDia
Additional things tried:
-Deleted content of the temp folder
-used the .net clean-up utility to completely remove all versions of .net
Then you might have to install .NET 4 manually and then modify the setup.ini file to remove the prerequisite check for .NET Framework.
You can find the process on how to do this on my response here:
Well, i have exactly the same problem. The installation of Autocad Architecture 2013 fails, because of a failing install of .NET Framework Runtime 4.0. I'm running Windows XP SP3.
I tried uninstalling .NET Framework 4.0 but the install still fails.
Any other suggestions?
Yes, remove the prerequisite check for .NET Framework in the setup.ini file. My instructions were given in my link above.
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