Has anyone tried AutoCAD 2008 LT on Win7 x64?

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    Windows 7 64 bit

    It works, the only problem I have is when i open a file from the LAN: AutoCAD became very very slow, unusable...
    For example, it takes 2-3 seconds to access every menu (file, modify, etc.) every time you have to use them.
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    Windows 7 Enterprise

    Worked well after installing flash

    Thanks for the hint with flash.
    I installed flash for internet explorer before starting the ACAD LT 2008 setup and it worked fine. The message regarding the flash registration didn't stop the installation. Right after this the OK checkmark appeared at the flash checklist item and the installation proceeded to the main application.
    After that I applied the important updates. Worked well.

    My system is running on Windows 7 Enterprise 64 bit and I'm using the german version of ACAD LT 2008.
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    7 - Home Premium x64

    oblio98 said:
    I checked the Autodesk website, and the freaking upgrade to 2010 is over $500!!! That's out of my league, and IMHO, way to much for the upgrade of a product that is only a year or so out of date. (Autodesk currently has a $300 rebate on AutoCAD LT, but it does not pertain to the upgrade, only new purchases - which oddly enough makes the full version about the same price as the upgrade!!)

    Anyway, I have yet to try and install the 2008 version because I don't want to screw up my clean registry, so I figured I'd check and see if anyone else is in the same boat and has tried one way or another.


    It looks like its working now right? I would like to install AC as well and just finished a training where they used AC08. I am looking for AC2008 and finding prices still in the 500 range for this and was hoping to find it for less. If you have any resources as where to buy I'd appreciate that. Thanks

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