Well I have never since AutoCAD 2004 seen a "good" deployment for the new Autodesk products - Hence my expectation for “2013” was not that high to begind with - ther is allways some "bugs", licening error, driver stuff and so on...but I had the feeling it was going from "worse" to "not that bad" with 2012 series and that Autodesk was actually trying hard to find a way to help the Administrators for lager installations sites - but adding this "new and improved download manager" and taking away the option for letting me decide - espiaclly when i have a collection of 41 Gb to download and unpack to 160 Gb ... doesn't make sense to me - so a thumbs up for trying Autodesk - maybe 2014 will be the magic number
I am trying to download Autocad LT 2013 and the Autodesk Download Manager doesn't download the product. It just hangs and has to be manually shut down. Is there a direct link to this. Or what can I do to download this. I have tried 10 times and nothing.
My apologies for the inconvenience Sahiuddin.
We were experiencing an issue earlier in the day that was preventing the download buttons from displaying correctly. As this has sense been resolved, can you please try again and let us know if you're still not seeing it?
From yesterday morning I'm trying to download my copy of 3D Studio Max 2014 through Autodesk Download Manager but after downloaded 4,23GB it is always trying to go on without success, saying stablighing connection and waiting, what could be the problem?.
It very well could be a firewall issue preventing the download manager from properly connecting. Have you tried opening up ports 80 and 443?
The other workaround would be to utilize an alternative download method, specifically the Browser Download option, which can be found through Matt, our Virtual Assistant.
As the Install Now and Download Now options are relatively new (within the last year or 2), they are not available for some of the older version builds. What version of Revit are you downloading? Any specific installation errors?
Start with some of our most frequented solutions or visit the Installation and Licensing Forum to get help installing your software.