AutoCAD 2009

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    • #43654

      AutoCAD is a designing program mainly used by engineers for those how doesn’t know. I can’t install it on my Windows Server 2008 64bit. When I run the installation I get an error (You cannot install this product on the current operating system).
      Can you help me? Or maybe propose me an older version of this program who do work…

    • #48361

        You have to install AutoCAD 2009 on Windows Server 2008 x64 make sure you install the 64Bit version of AutoCAD 2009, otherwise it won’t install. I tested the AutoCAD LT 2009 64Bit on my Windows Server 2008 x64 and it installs/runs without any problems!

        Download links:
        AutoCAD_2009_English_Win_32bit.exe (Not downloadable in The Netherlands)
        AutoCAD_2009_English_Win_64bit.exe (Not downloadable in The Netherlands)
        AutoCAD_LT_2009_English_Win_32bit.exe (550MB)
        AutoCAD_LT_2009_English_Win_64bit.exe (591MB)

        Good luck!


      • #48362

        Thank you m8 😉

      • #48363

        Hi, anyone else tried it? I’m trying to install Autocad 2009 x64 in WS2008 SP2 x64 and getting the following error when try to start the application

        FATAL ERROR: The security system (softlock license manager) is not functioning or is improperly installed.

        Already reinstalled several times using the 000-000000 serial without lucky. The crack serials won’t work either.

        Any clue?


      • #48364

          @acsterf wrote:

          Any clue?

          I don’t think it is a Server 2008 related problem while the application can just be installed without any workarounds or tricks. You can try to uninstall it and also remove (possible) folders
          * %ProgramFiles%
          * %ProgramFiles(x86)%
          * %appdata%

          After removing the eventually found files/folders restart your PC and install it again.

          If that doesn’t work you can better ask your question at the Autodesk Discussion Groups.

          Good luck! 😉

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