I installed AutoCAD LT 2010 on a new Windows 7 64 bit machine. When I try to import the license from the License Transfer Utility, I get the Register Today screen, but it's blank. Any ideas?
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Some more pointers.
regsvr32 jscript.dll doesnt help
you could do
regsvr32 /u jscript.dll
I download autocad 2010, but i get (after licence epired) the message of:
Run is grey, and i cant click it, and when i click activate and buy, it gives the 'register today' message.
Could you please mail me what the solution was? this because the forum-maker said ur last option helped, but the site doesnt work anymore.
Please mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Really thx in advance!
DId you try Autocad 2011 ?
I ran into a similar issue with a client recently and I wanted to get this procedure out into the groups. Other processes I tried did not work, but this one is a slight variation on previous methods and worked.
Basically, you make sure you run the command window as an Administrator and unregister and register two dlls. Here is the process that worked for me:
1.) Ensure that all Autodesk applications are closed.
2.) In the search/run bar at the bottom of the Windows Start menu, type CMD but do *not* press Enter. The menu will change to a search results page, displaying cmd.exe at the top of the list.
3.) Right-click on cmd.exe at the top of the list and choose Run as Administrator from the context menu that appears.
4.) If prompted whether to allow the program to make changes to Windows, click Yes; a DOS prompt window will appear.
5.) At the command prompt, enter regsvr32 /u jscript.dll to unregister
6.) At the command prompt, enter regsvr32 /u vbscript.dll to unregister
7.) At the command prompt, enter regsvr32 jscript.dll to register
8.) At the command prompt, enter regsvr32 vbscript.dll to register
9.) Reboot your machine.
10.) Retest the registration.
Hope this helps!
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