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Saving Rendered Images
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I've been using Accurender 4 running in AutoCAD 2006.  Both are 32 bit programs which I have running in Windows 10 64 bit, using Longbow Converter.  It has actually been working pretty well, but…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Thomas Boyd Jan 15.

 

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Thomas Boyd replied to Thomas Boyd's discussion Saving Rendered Images
"I don't know if this is a "clue" to the problem, but I tried rendering with radiosity turned off, and I was able to save the file.  It's just a jpg file, so I don't know why that should make any difference, although the…"
Jan 15
George Ioannidis replied to Thomas Boyd's discussion Saving Rendered Images
"Maybe some administration rights in particular folders could cause that. Check the destination folder's read-write security properties in windows explorer. If needed, add yourself in the list of full read write rights users."
Jan 14
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Saving Rendered Images

I've been using Accurender 4 running in AutoCAD 2006.  Both are 32 bit programs which I have running in Windows 10 64 bit, using Longbow Converter.  It has actually been working pretty well, but suddenly I can't get it to save rendered images.  I tell it to save, but then the saved file does not show up in the directory which I have saved it to.As I said, it had been working well, and I had been saving images without any problems, but now it just won't save them.  I don't know what changed.Any…See More
Jan 13

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My name is Tom.  I am a retired architect.  I managed to salvage AutoCAD 2006 and AccuRender 4 when I retired.  Since both are 32-bit systems, I have them running on Windows XP (AutoCAD won't even install on a 64-bit operating system, I tried both in Win 7 and Win 10). 

So anyway, I am keeping some very old and outdated programs running, but just for personal projects which have no commercial value to anyone but me.  At best I am semi-proficient in AutoCAD and Accurender.  I'll post some renderings on here when I'm finished working on the current project, which is a "retirement" house that is "net-zero" energy consumption.

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License Problem

Dear All- I purchased a license for Nxt back in 2011- I migrated to AutoCAD 2013 2 years later- I have recently changed my system with the same AutoCad 2013- When I try to renew my AccuRender Ver 1.0.358, it does not accept the original 30 numeralCode.- I know that we need to renew the software if we are using a new AccuRender.- Therefore, since I cannot renew until it is approved by the management, where can I find theolder AR5 64 Bit version to reinstall.Thanks!!!BirdmanSee More
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