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Installation Failure AutoCAD 2013

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11-22-2012 03:31 AM

I try to install AutoCAD 2013 but i have a problem.

I tried to uninstall all programs .NET, as suggested by Autodesk support, and re-install AutoCAD. The problem remains!

I attach the file log of installation. 

How do I resolve this issue?

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Re: Installation Failure AutoCAD 2013

11-22-2012 07:34 PM in reply to: mail

Hi, mail

Wecome to autodesk community and I will help you with your installation issue.

From the log file, I can see the .net framework installation is successful. The error happens during installing AutoCAD with the error code 1603, this type of error generally related to your user rights,so I would give you the following suggestions:

1  Please try to install your Autodesk Product with an admin user. I recommand the default system Administrator user.

2  Please turn off the antivirus and firewall application.

3  Please turn off UAC if your OS is Windows vista/7.

4  Try to copy the installation file to your local harddisk and install from there.

 

 
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Re: Installation Failure AutoCAD 2013

11-23-2012 01:32 AM in reply to: emily.xu

Thank you so much for your suggestions, but I can't install the program.

 

I've tried to install AutoCAD launching Windows in Diagnostic Mode and with admin user.

 

I attach the file log of installation. I hope to risolve the issue early.

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