AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Dear All

- I purchased a license for Nxt back in 2011

- I migrated to AutoCAD 2013 2 years later

- I have recently changed my system with the same AutoCad 2013

- When I try to renew my AccuRender Ver 1.0.358, it does not accept the original 30 numeral

Code.

- I know that we need to renew the software if we are using a new AccuRender.

- Therefore, since I cannot renew until it is approved by the management, where can I find the

older AR5 64 Bit version to reinstall.

Thanks!!!

Birdman

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On this page:

http://renderplus.com/wp2/download/

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Great! thank you Rich!

hi rich

does the old build version works with 2017 autocad?

thanks

No, the old build only work with AutoCAD versions through 2013.

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