Re: [mach1mach2cnc] Re: AutoCad 14 and 2000 advise needed
What is the total cost to start 3D printing the first part. the machine-resin/ink, software, and ???
From: marvfrankel <Dcdziner@...>
Sent: Saturday, June 29, 2013 12:45 AM
Subject: [mach1mach2cnc] Re: AutoCad 14 and 2000 advise needed
I had a similar problem running Acad2000 on my 64-bit machine, until I discovered a free download on the Microsoft web site called Windows7 XP Mode. Once I installed XP Mode in my computer, I had no problem installing Acad2000, and I've been using it that way for a few years.
Now, I also have Acad 2012 installed and running on 64-bit. Try going into the Microsoft web site and search for the Windows7 XP Mode download It's free and it works.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Edmund" <wmaisey@...> wrote:
> Advice needed, both cad programs are 32 bit, I am having trouble to purchase a new computer that is compatible with XP, up to this point I have been using refurbished computers with XP, but they are getting harder to find, a retailer has spent weeks trying to install XP into a new windows 7 64 bit but with no success,
> Can any member make a suggestion or solution, I have these Autocad CDs but can't use them, Dam Microsoft,
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> This isn't rocket science. Myself and millions of others use thisExplain it to the OP, then you'll find out.
> stuff everyday and the software is free.
> Google "virtual machine" and you will see that. I think that VMWare has
> been around for about 8 years now.
> But, if you think us virtual machine users are clever.. I can live with