I really have downloaded the same 64bit versoin for my windows 7 64bit from the link, and I got this error, although all versions of .NET frameWork are installed.
I didn't find 2014 versioin
Even there is an error in downloading file of 2014 version of Autocad in that link mentioned, because I don't think the file size is about 86kb as it is shown. Also, the file downloaded was recognised by Widnows 7 as it was unknown file.
Yes, you are now absolutely right, but the file being downloaded is downloading outside the browsers with its Autodesk download manager.
In this case, it will take about 5 hours because the file size is about 3GB is like the file size of Windows installation. Do you think I came to the right place?
First: There is something most strange which is the file size is 3.65GB(as the screen shot above) when I just clicked 'Download'. However, when I clicked on 'browser download' the internet download manger program captured the link of the file, then when I clicked 'start download', I found that the size is only 1.471GB (as this screen shot below).
Thus, which way should I use to download the file, with the Autodesk download manger or with internet download manager? If I have the file could have been downloaded by the Internet download manager, it would have been lasting much less than its download agent manager, but the I am afraid that the file captured isn't the same file as long as the file size is different.
Second: Do you think that some features of this program would be inaccessible until it is activated.
Third: Also, I wish that I could find an Arabic version, or at least the user interface is in Arabic?
Thank you so much,
My speciality is different from those you've mentioned as well. I have a BSc in Computer Science, but I need that program for a friend of mine. Also, I have post at AutoDesk a thread about this, but no reply was received at all.
If the program of Autocade were to be lasting only 30 days after installation, then what benefit would there from downloading a file size of about 3.6GB for that program and after the trial 30-day period, it would not be functioning.
Thanks a lot,
I really have followed your link again while on my other laptop which is Acer, and clicked on 'Download now', then the Autodesk download manager ' downloaded, after that, it downloaded the 3.65Gb, Finally, when it completed after about 17 hours, I clicked on 'install' button as it shown in this screen shot below, but I faced the error:
The translation of that error is as follows " (the entering point wasn't found), it was unable to locate the place of entering point for the procedure "wmemcpy" in the Dynamic linking Library")
Note: because the base lanague of my Windows 7 is Arabic, even when convert the user interface into English, hoping the error message shows in English, but it is still shown in Arabic, but I think that I have translated above as much as I could.
So I don't think that the problem is associated with any errors in downloading or instnalling the program, however, the program may require some hardware requirments such as RAM size or VGA or any others.
RAM is about 2.5GB and H.D.D is 120GB, VGA is x3100
I really don't know what the error is.
Note, the error was showing to me with the other laptop(HP) while installing AskutoDesk not downloaded from your link is different than what is showing me with Acer.
With Acer is:
With HP is:
HP has much better specs than Acer.
Also, I have tried installing the same program on a Dell laptop with Specs much better than Acer's as well, and the program is installed well.
I really begin to be frustrated from installing this program in my friend's Acer laptop.
The error above keeping showing me, although I have also installed all versions of MS visual C++ Redistributable Package (x64) is installed and the 4.5 NET framework is installed. I no longer face any errors installing Autodesk on the other laptops(Dell, HP) after installing the Autodesk from your link given to me previousely.
Could you please help me with this, because I originally need the program for my friend's laptop?
Are there any other suggestions to be done?
RAM is about 2.5GB and H.D.D is 120GB, VGA is x3100 should be sufficient.
I trust that it also Windows 7 64.
You have successfully downloaded and installed on one computer. You should still have the Zip file which you successfully downloaded. I suggest you copy the zip file on a flash drive and paste it to the other computers and install from there.
However, before trying to install, as B.Sc in computer science you must know, to avoid future errors, that you must ensure that every trace of the previous downloads and installation have been deleted, including the registry entries.
CCleaner and Eusing Free Registry Cleaner are the tools to use. They are available free from Kioskea's download section. (When installing CCleaner, uncheck the option of installing Chrome)
Yes, I have done this, and the same problem is still showing me.
I even purchased a DVD containing AutoCAD 2013 with both versions(32\64bit), and when I opened the setup, I was asked to unzip the files into local hard disc, then when the extracting files were completed, I have promoted to install the AutoCAD, when I clicked on 'OK', the same error showed me. I am really quite surprised about this problem happening only on Acer laptop. I run the CCleaner and the Eusing free registry cleaner to delete any old entries for AutoCAD,Then I installed the new.
I only want to reinstall a new windows to be ensured that no other entries of old installations of AutoCAD are sill.
There is something around this error. But I have run out all possible suggestions.
Thanks a lot
Yes, I really reinstalled windows 7 twice, in the first time, I have installed the AutoCAD (2013_64Bit), which I have purchased on a DVD disc, and it was installed well without any problems.
In the second installation of Windows 7, I have installed (2014_64Bit), which I have downloaded form your link provided. The program was installed well as well.
But there was a problem related with Graphic Card when opening the AutoCAD 2014.
However, when I went to the home page of my Acer, then searched for all drivers/latest for Windows 7(64bit), I didn't find any drivers for graphics card at all.
Besides, when I installed the 2013 version of AutoCAD, I didn't face any errors updating graphics card.
My enquires are:
First: why did that error not show me when I installed either version of AutoCAD after reinstalling Widows 7? IF that error were related with some leftovers of the old installation of AutoCAD maybe whose files were corrupted were not removed by running CCleaner and Esuing free registry cleaner, then why wouldn't face such an error when installing new AutoCAD downloaded from your link on the Dell and HP, although I have also first installed the AutoCAD maybe whose files were corrupted?
Second: Why did I face an error lunching AutoCAD 2014, although I didn't find any deriver of VGA newer than what is being installed?
Mobile Intel(R) 965 Express chipset Family(Microsoft Corporation-WDDM1.1)
Finally: I have really checked at AutoCAD Community and asked about downloading the AutoCAD Arabic language pack, but I didn't find Arabic language pack.
These only languages below are available:
Brazilian Portuguese (Português - Brasil)
Simplified Chinese (????)
Traditional Chinese (????)
I really didn't face any problem with the Graphics Card when lunching AutCAD 2013, installed from DVD purchased. However, with lunching AutoCAD 2014, downloaded from your link.
You think I should stick to use AutoCAD 2013, or I can find any newer driver for my Graphics Card that supports openGL3.1 or newer.
Thanks a lot,, Ambucias, for your continual replies to me.
I would only like you to answer :
First: why did that error not show me when I installed AutoCAD after reinstalling Widows 7? IF that error were related with some leftovers of the old installation of AutoCAD maybe whose files were corrupted were not removed by running CCleaner and Esuing free registry cleaner, then why wouldn't face such an error when installing new AutoCAD downloaded from your link on the Dell and HP, although I have also first installed the AutoCAD maybe whose files were corrupted? Besides, what benefits are there from such tools(CCleaner, and others) if they don't remove all leftovers of any old corrupted porgrams to avoid keeping encountring such an error, which will result in a user will have to reinstall a windows system to avoid such errors.
Thanks a lot, Ambucias,
To be honest with you that I really didn't reinstall a new Windows 7 on Acer laptop, however, I really have made an image for Windows 7 which was created before trying to install any versions of AutoCAD(corrupted or intact) at all. Then, when I have seen that error was keeping showing me even when I have run the Eusing registry cleaner, and CCleaner, and I didn't find the error was solved. Thus, I decided to restore the Windows 7 from the image created. Then, installed the AutoCAD downloaded from your link which was OK and it was installe well.
Thus, I am kindly requesting you why I had to restore the windows 7 to install the new AutoCAD downloaded from your link after trying to install the Autocad whose files were corrupted. However CCleaner and Eusing didn't solve the problem.
On contrast to Acer, the new AutoCAD downloaded from your link installed well on HP and Dell, althoguh I have also tried installing the Autocad whose files were corrupted.