I spend several hours trying to instal. But it ends up badly every time. The first time, i got a message that my installation went wrong. The following takes results in the computer rebooting, while installing the .net framework. I tried all the things suggested in other posts that i could find regarding this seemingly well known issue.
I really hope you can help me out. Attatched is the log file generated.
looking into your LOG-file you will see the first errors occur during FrameWork 2 and -4 setup. Log in as administrator and, according to the following lines from your LOG-file start these programs/setups manually:
...does this work? Or do you get more informative error-messages running this setups directly (and not in silent mode)?
If these two setups run without problems, let windows update itself (so servicepacks, language-packs for framework get installed) and afterwards retry the AutoCAD-installation procedure (as administrator!)
Good luck, - alfred -
Its been a while, i didnt have the time to invastigate further.
Now i tried your advices, but problem persists. Seems like a problem in the installation program, that it cannot accept that runtime environment 4 is allready installed? No?
2011/11/14:23:59:54 Jesper BENTO Installing .NET Framework Runtime 2.0: C:\Autodesk\AutoCAD_Civil3D_2012_English_Win_64bit\3rdParty\x64\NET\2\NetFx20.exe /q:a /c:"install.exe /q" 2011/11/14:23:59:56 Jesper BENTO Install .NET Framework Runtime 2.0 Failed Fai...lure is ignored, Result=1603 2011/11/14:23:59:56 Jesper BENTO Installing .NET Framework Runtime 4.0: C:\Autodesk\AutoCAD_Civil3D_2012_English_Win_64bit\3rdParty\NET\4\wcu\dotNetFramework\dotNetFx40_Full_x86_x64.exe /q 2011/11/15:00:02:02 Jesper BENTO Install .NET Framework Runtime 4.0 Failed Installation aborted, Result=1603
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