AccuRender nXt

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Is it still possible to download old versions (bought in 2013), of nXt for AutoCAD? Got a new PC, but cannot find my installation file. Thanks.

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This page:

http://www.renderplus.com/php/get_all_downloads.php#nXtRender

lists all of the versions of nXt for AutoCAD currently available for download.

The version from Nov 2014, NK21, will work with your license bought in 2013.

Thanks Rich. I also popped-in my license code to the checker, it came up with nXtFarm64_0355.exe Seems to be the render farm though?

There is a bug in the logic to find the version with the closest date to your license number that occasionally finds the farm install instead.

You should be able to simply download the install the NK21 or the OA30 version from the link I posted above. Both of those should work with your license number. Try the OA30 version, since it's the latest.

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