AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Hello to all!
I had the plugin to insert Archvision RPC and worked well. But I had some problems with my computer and had to reinstall everything (autocad 2011, nXt, Arcvision Dashbosard), but now all my RPCs appear watermarked. How can I solve?  It is possible to install an older version?

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I follow your argument, I installed the old ArchVisionDashboard, ArchVision Content Manager no watermark, but there are still RPC. What do I do wrong? Request your help, thank you.

Maybe it's because you are using the old version of the Dashboard with new models.

With my old models is working fine, and i haven't purchase the new ones.

So I think you must obtain the license. I'm still using AutoCAD 2011.

This is for purchase new RPC files. My Dashboard only works with the ones I alredy have.

Look this image. This is the file I have downloaded.

Thank you, may not be authorized to lead the watermark.

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