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Ensuring a clean uninstall of AutoCAD

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In rare circumstances you find that either an installation of your AutoCAD software has either failed or gone bad or as a final resort to a vexing and seemingly impossible-to-solve-problem with AutoCAD you decide to uninstall the program, AutoDesk has a recommended procedure for ensuring a clean uninstall.

 

Here is a link to that article.

 

http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/ps/dl/item?siteID=123112&id=2887771&linkID=9240817

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tehseen84

How to un-install AutoCad 2008

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ReMark

tehseen84: The procedure outlined in the above-referenced AutoDesk article should answer your question.

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Tiger

The link doesn't work anymore?

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Tiger

Now for extra credit, replace the old link with the new one :wink:

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ReMark
Now for extra credit, replace the old link with the new one :wink:

 

Slave driver.:lol:

 

Done.:D

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Tiger
Slave driver.:lol:

 

Done.:D

 

Gold star to ReMark!! :lol:

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