AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

nXtRender is installed on currrent workstation and works great. Got a new machine and want to install on that machine and verify operation before dumping from first machine. Downloaded install file and am unable to select RPC License.

Installation (running of install file) notes following errors:

nXtRender_64 - InstallShield Wizard

   Unable to launch C:\Program Files\AccuRender nXt\RPS_Support\redist\vcredist_2008_x86.exe./Q

nXtRender_64 - InstallShield Wizard

   Unable to launch C:\Program Files\AccuRender nXt\RPS_Support\redist\vcredist_2010_x86.exe./Q

nXtRender_64 - InstallShield Wizard

   Unable to launch C:\Program Files\AccuRender nXt\RPS_Support\redist\vcredist_2005_x64.exe./Q

nXtRender_64 - InstallShield Wizard

   Unable to launch C:\Program Files\AccuRender nXt\RPS_Support\redist\vcredist_2008_x64.exe./Q

nXtRender_64 - InstallShield Wizard

   Unable to launch C:\Program Files\AccuRender nXt\RPS_Support\redist\vcredist_2010_x64.exe./Q

nXtRender_64 - InstallShield Wizard

   Unable to launch C:\Program Files\AccuRender nXt\reg_thumb.bat.

Upon further inspection, based on review of other posts in this forum, I have discovered that there is no subdirectory with the name "redist", let alone the files noted as being within.

Please advise as to how to remedy this so that I can get rolling with this new machine.

Thanks!

64-bit system, AutoCAD 2017

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Somehow those files were left out of the latest install.

I posted a new install with those files included.

Please download and reinstall the latest from our downloads page an see if it does not fix this for you.

http://www.renderplus.com/wp2/download/?product=nXtRender%20for%20A...

Thanks,

That appears to have worked. One more thing, is there an upgrade option from a one seat license to a three seat license?

Thanks!

Yes, we can send you an invoice for the difference in price and convert your license to a three seat license.

Let me know if you would like to do that. Just send me an email:

rich.hart@renderplus.com

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