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I have recently installed the freely downloadable Simulation CFD 2013 in my laptop using my acadmy address registration and it worked good. Now I wish to move it over to a workstation, so I installed it using the same account, but it stopped, reporting of license issue. Is there anyway I can port over this particular license to my workstation?
You can transfer the license from your current computer to your workstation using the License Transfer Utility. This is a free tool that comes with Autodesk software and can be found on Start Menu>Autodesk>AutoCAD.
From your current machine, simply open the tool, log in using your Autodesk credentials and export the license. Repeat the process on your new machine to import the license. Please, make sure that AutoCAD is closed before starting this process.
For more information on the License Transfer Utility click here.
I was finally able to fix my issue after battling this for nearly a week. I got to the point where I could install all "side" programs to AutoCAD and Revit 2013, and even get updates for them, but the actual AutoCAD and Revit programs would not show in my program files or in the Audodesk files folders, and attempts to open or re-run the installers for those specific programs would give me a "1606: Could not access network location" error. After much research and other testing, I concluded that the files still did not install properly (despite appearing to do so - and despite having green check marks next to the actual programs when re-running the suite installer package, and I found that not only did I need to cleanly uninstall all previously existing Autodesk products and strip them from the registry (as I had been doing), but I also needed to uninstall the "helper" files such as Visual Studio C++, .NET framework, etc., which were the real culprits in not allowing the updated Autodesk products to fully install. I also disabled my virus protection and firewalls during the file installs to prevent them from restricting registry edits, etc. and causing issues with the install.
The instructions for this type of install can be found at: http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/ps/dl/item?si
No problems with windows 7 at all. I've been running it smoothly now for quite some time. I mean there are glitches every now and then. But then again it is WINDOWS! :-)
I purchased a copy of autocad design suite ultimate 2013 from my university. I got home, installed it but accidentially entered in the wrong email address during the installation process. This address is where my serial number and key was sent so I am unable to finish installing my product. I've looked all around and can't find a solution to retrieveing it. Any help would be appreciated.
Hello - I was given a serial and code but when I type it in it in I get this message:
The Serial Number or Product Key don't Match.
Valid format for serial number is (XXX-XXXXXXXX)
Please Help ASAP!
Please refer to the this page for a workaround for your AutoCAD for Mac Activation issue. Specifically:
If you are using AutoCAD for Mac, you can activate the software by:
1) choosing to install the software in trial mode
2) when launching the program in trial mode (once installed) you will be faced with run / continue in “trial mode” or “activate” - select the activation option
3) follow the process (enter Serial Number and Product Key) to circumvent the previous issue and allow for a proper activation
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