AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD


I have a problem with the set up off Accrender from my CD-rom. In the past I had Windows in a 32-bit version on my computer now I have a 64-bit version of it and also of AutoCAD 2012.

How can resolve the problem. See also attached file


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You can't.  AccuRender 4 is 32 bit only.  You'll need to try nXt which has both 32 and 64 bit versions.
Still go on right away and install only you will earlier versions of AutoCad too I believe up to 2008 for it to work, but the stability cannot be guarantee. So you still need to go the way of Roy's advise and move up to AR5.
I've been able to install Accurender nXt. But it's very different from Accurender 4. Does someone has a user manual?

You can find all the help you need on this site.

Click on Support - Help and tutorials to get you started. Then use this forum for any specific questions or advice.

Once you get the hang of nXt, you won't be going back to AR4 as the results are much better and the setting up is far simpler.

Here is a good place to go also the webminar on getting started with Nxt is there also.




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