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01 February 2007

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Hi,

I am an architect.

I am looking to buy a laptop / desktop which is Autocad compatible. It is quite confusing specially to be sure that the hardware is good for such application.

Are there outfits selling PC's meeting Autocad requirement.

I have a dell inspiron laptop 1526 and want to now if can be used autocad wthi them

hyi.
I have a laptop compaq wif window vista.Which is Autocad compatible?

Windows Vista™ support for AutoCAD® 2007, 2008 and 2009
http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/ps/item?siteID=123112&id=9217791&linkID=9240617

Thank you for reading Between the Lines.

Best Regards,
Shaan

I just upgraded my computer to windows vista home. I wanted to run my Autocad LT98, after loading the program I recieved BAD_MEM_POINTER error. Is there anything I can do to resolve this issue? I really cannot afford to upgrade my autocad program right now. I would just like to run LT98.
Worried,
Steve

Steve,

Unfortunately AutoCAD LT98 was a long time before Windows Vista was developed or released. You could try running in the Vista W2K compatibility mode but not sure that would even work as I have not run LT98 for 10 years.

You might try looking at my unsupported AutoCAD R14 on Windows Vista solution as that might be the perfect solution for the LT version of R14 ala LT98. Not everything will work perfectly but it might run. http://autodesk.blogs.com/between_the_lines/2008/07/autocad-r14-and.html

Remember any time you make a big OS change that it will affect any applications you run and they need to be considered when upgrading.
Let me know how it goes.

Best regards,
Shaan

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