AutoCAD 2000/2000i/2002 Archive

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*Otteson, Kirk
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2002 and 2000

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01-20-2002 08:06 AM
Any problems having both installed on the same computer?
*Moses, Torsten
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Re: 2002 and 2000

01-20-2002 08:06 AM in reply to: *Otteson, Kirk
Hi, Kirk,

beside the other opinion here, there IS a chance to have bot versiosn
running ...

Acad2000 & Acad2002 will share the same Registry key ONLY if both Acads have
the same language AND the same vertical flavour ....

If you use Acad2000 (Vanilla) & Acad2002 MAP/MDT/LDT (or vice versa), both
Acads
will use DIFFERENT Registry keys.
The other problem are the files from "...\Shared iles\\Autodesk Shared\" :
- after installing Acad 2000's files, simply move all the shared folder's
files into the Acad 2000's root
- then, after installing Acad 2002's files, simply move all the shared
folder's files into the Acad 2002's root

for both Acads, remove the Shared Folder from the support paths setting
("Options/Files/Support files"), if there is an entry ....

There is a more detailled description in this newsgroup (or even in
Acad2002General newsgroup)

good luck
Torsten Moses
*Moses, Torsten
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Re: 2002 and 2000

01-20-2002 08:06 AM in reply to: *Otteson, Kirk
Hi, Kirk,

I have forgotten :
On my machine, I have 5 Acad 14/2000/2000i/2002 running -:smileyhappy:
and also the same-version LTs ...

Torsten Moses
*Byrnes, Dave
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Re: 2002 and 2000

01-20-2002 09:49 AM in reply to: *Otteson, Kirk
Can't be done, unless you have a dual-booting computer with two operating
systems. 2000 and 2002 have the same file format and share a number of
registry settings, so it's simply not possible to have both running side by
side.

The exception to this is if either version is part of a Desktop application.
E.g., you can run Architectural Desktop 3 (based on AutoCAD 2000) and
AutoCAD 2002 in the same setup.
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Dave Byrnes/Vancouver BC
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Kirk Otteson wrote in message
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> Any problems having both installed on the same computer?
>
>
*Otteson, Kirk
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01-20-2002 02:07 PM in reply to: *Otteson, Kirk
Thank You, I Have 14 and 2000 running with no problems. That's why I
wondered. I can't think of any advantages to having both anyway. Thanks
again.
"Dave Byrnes" wrote in message
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> Can't be done, unless you have a dual-booting computer with two operating
> systems. 2000 and 2002 have the same file format and share a number of
> registry settings, so it's simply not possible to have both running side
by
> side.
>
> The exception to this is if either version is part of a Desktop
application.
> E.g., you can run Architectural Desktop 3 (based on AutoCAD 2000) and
> AutoCAD 2002 in the same setup.
> --
> Dave Byrnes/Vancouver BC
> Autodesk Forum Moderator Program
> --------------------
> Please DO NOT send technical requests to me via private e-mail.
> Use CTRL+G to reply and KEEP IT IN THE NEWGROUP!
> --------------------
>
>
> Kirk Otteson wrote in message
> news:f0addb5.-1@WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> > Any problems having both installed on the same computer?
> >
> >
>
>

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