In short, my licensed single seat IV 2012 is not loading and exit with the error screen.
Running XP Pro SR3 32 bit
History, when the 2012 update was available I have loaded with out any problems and was able to use it. But last month I have lost my account setting on my computer. Administrator created new account with the same name. Since than I am not able to load IV 2012. Removed and reloaded without any good results. I am still using IV 2011 that runs fine.
Copy of log file AdLM directory.
4264 2011/08/10 10:21:17 Reason=Fatal error
4264 2011/08/10 10:21:17 ComputerName=WORKSTATION19
4264 2011/08/10 10:21:17 OS=5.1.2600.Service Pack 3
4264 2011/08/10 10:21:17 File=AdlmIntSATSLicense.cpp,Line=1999
4264 2011/08/10 10:21:17 AdlmIntError=46 [This feature operation is not supported/or available in non interactive mode i.e. silent mode]
Is this problem related to licensing?
Let me know how I can resolve this problem and if you need anything else.
Within the deployment location go into the Tools folder. Double click "Create\Modify Deployment"... On the first page, you'll see a check box for running the install in Silent mode. This is the check box David was referring to, to disable Silent Mode.
Autodesk Pro Suite 2012 installed without any errors. I just can not run Inventor 2012 by it self. During the startup I see the flash screen with nice picture of the ride and 20 to 30 sec it goes to error screen. Logs are attached in previous post.
Try adjusting your virtual memory:
Check your virtual memory to make sure it's above the recommended size. For example, If the Recommended size is 4000, change the Initial Size to 4000 and set the Maximum size to 5000.
If this resolves your issue, give Kudos or Accept as Solution...
VM settings shouldn't matter because the max available on a 32-bit OS is 4096.
Have you tried launching the application as another user, i.e. Administrator?
You might need to delete the ProductInformation.PIT file and then reinstall your applications.
For more detailed information about the ProductInformation.PIT file, please refer to the Autodesk Support Knowledge Base article found here:
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