Welcome to the community Alessandra!
As mentioned in the previous posts, an installation log is necessary to help pinpoint the specific failure cause. Would you mind attaching one when you get a chance?
I manage to install Revit 2013, but the 2014 I tried and still didn't get it.
I attached the log so maybe you can see what's wrong.
Im getting this kind of problem too, I tried to dowload Revit 2014 twice but it keeps saying "the media does not contain content and will be downloaded during installation". Please help!
This is an informative message and not an error that would cause the Revit installation to fail. In this scenario, the message is informing you that the installer that you've downloaded does not contain Revit content files. This is done to reduce the size of the installer that needs to be downloaded. The message also lets you know that the Revit content files will be downloaded during the installation process. As long as you have an active internet connection, you should not experience any problems with your installation of Revit.
Autodesk Revit QA
Install Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable (x86) Failed Installation aborted, Result=216
Your product is failing to install because the prerequiste program required by the installer is failing prior to the installation of your Autodesk software.
If the prerequisite program already exists on your computer, it is likely newer than the one the Autodesk installer is attempting to install. Please uninstall the prerequisite program causing the issue and run your installer again.
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The prerequisite is not already installed and installation still fails, then you may need to make an advanced edit to the setup.ini file to ignore the error. Please make sure you manually install the prerequisite file from Microsoft and then modify the setup.ini file accordingly.
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