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*Chapman, Warwick
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Please ASSIST!

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06-12-2000 04:44 AM
I recently replaced the motherboards in four of the AutoCAD 2000 machine, as
they had been giving problems. They are Gigabyte GA5AA Socket 7 boards with
Cyrix P200+ MX processors and a 32MB DIMM in each.

For some reason AutoCAD will not install on them. The silent install returns
an error along the lines of the following:

"Install cannot create target directory"

Please, if there are ANY ideas, let me know, I need to resolve this ASAP.

Thanks
Budgee
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IT Assistant
Glenwood High School, Durban, South Africa
Phone: +27 31 2055241
Cell: +27 83 7797094
E-mail: budgee@ghs.kzn.school.za
Web: www.ghs.kzn.school.za
*Diercks, Skip
Message 2 of 3 (137 Views)

Re: Please ASSIST!

06-12-2000 11:31 AM in reply to: *Chapman, Warwick
At what point in the install do you get this? Are you loading AutoCAD into
a sub directory? Ocassionally I have found applications that will not
create a directory and then install to it if the main folder does not exist.
ie. Install to c:\program files\autocad and the folder program files does
not exist. The installer cannot create the Autocad subfolder and is not
trying to creat the program files folder. Just a shot in the dark. Let me
know if this helps.

Skip

Warwick Chapman wrote in message ...
>I recently replaced the motherboards in four of the AutoCAD 2000 machine,
as
>they had been giving problems. They are Gigabyte GA5AA Socket 7 boards with
>Cyrix P200+ MX processors and a 32MB DIMM in each.
>
>For some reason AutoCAD will not install on them. The silent install
returns
>an error along the lines of the following:
>
>"Install cannot create target directory"
>
>Please, if there are ANY ideas, let me know, I need to resolve this ASAP.
>
>Thanks
>Budgee
>------
>IT Assistant
>Glenwood High School, Durban, South Africa
>Phone: +27 31 2055241
>Cell: +27 83 7797094
>E-mail: budgee@ghs.kzn.school.za
>Web: www.ghs.kzn.school.za
>
*Chapman, Warwick
Message 3 of 3 (137 Views)

Re:

06-13-2000 02:00 AM in reply to: *Chapman, Warwick
Thanks, I sorted it out. it seems that the install will not proceed unless
the ADLM is running properly.
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