AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Gentlemen,

I used to work with arnxt64_0349_OA30 for some time.
Yesterday I have downloaded arnxt64_0358_RI18.

Any special procedure to make it work (with AutoCAD 2013) or just run the file?

And will I have to do anything with my license?

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You simply need to run the executable file that you downloaded and then start AutoCAD. It will overwrite the older version that you have installed..

You will need to renew your license to run the new version. Otherwise it will run in Demo mode, with the resolution limited to 200,000 pixels.

You can purchase the renewal here:

http://nxtrender.com/purchase/renewals/

Which means, the arnxt64_0349_OA30 built is the one I can re-install any time I like?

Or, is this the last legal one for me?

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