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Notice Fusion 360 won't be supported on my MacBook Pro running Catalina but I can't update to a newer OS

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litodrums
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Notice Fusion 360 won't be supported on my MacBook Pro running Catalina but I can't update to a newer OS

Hello and thank you, I hope I'm posting to the correct forum?

 

So I tried to open F360 this morning and it indicated I need to update my OS then open F360. My computer is a 2014 MacBook Pro running Catalina 10.15.7 and will not update to another OS. I use F360 for personnel use only.  How do I keep using F360 on my old computer?? 

From a 72 year old guy that loves to learn and use this software.

 

Thank you

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@litodrums Unfortunately with all the services we need to keep updated for Fusion, we will not be able to support older macOS. 

Not sure if this will be an alternative for you but you can have parallels or bootcamp that can allow Windows to be installed. It certainly is not a Mac install but can at least be installed and run on the same machine. 

Rajkumar Ilanchelian
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TrippyLighting
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2014 is not that old for a MacBook. There are a number of YouTube tutorials that show how to to get older MacBooks to update to a more recent OS version.

Most of them require a bit of computer literacy that might be beyond the comfort level of the the usual mac user, but if you are careful and back up your old OS and data, then this might be a way forward.

 

Peter Doering
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litodrums
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Thank you everyone for your suggestions. I went ahead and installed F360 on my mac mini m1 but when I opened Fusion I only found some of my CAD drawings. How do I retrieve all of my CAD projects?

 

thank you again for your help

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@litodrums In your data panel at the top left is a drop down where you can select different team hubs. Can you check to see if you are part of more than one and possibly have files under other hubs? 

Right below that drop down is another one that says All projects and that has filters too.

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Yes all is good thank you very much. Problem solved. 

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