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    Strange problem with my registration?

    Hey everyone, hope somone can help me with my strange problem.

    I have downloaded and installed Revit 2012, after having 2011 for over a year. (Due to upgrade at my school)
    My problem starts when i have installed the program and press activate, said yes to that i have read the privacy policy and continue, then the next window is just blank.
    First i thought that my grafik card was to old, but the wierd thing is that i kan run the program on the trail without a problem so that isnt it. (I think)

    Hope some of you guys have had the same problem and found a solution or just know what to do, so i can continue my work at school.

    Some pics of the problem:
    ImageShack Album - 2 images

    /Rasmus

    #2
    For what I know the registration utility needs an internet connection to function properly. In older versions (Autodesk products from 2009 and prior) I also had the problem that our office proxy and/or firewall was blocking the final stage of installation.
    Arjan Ikink, BIM-engineer at PHB Deventer
    LinkedIn

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      #3
      Is this the demo version from Autodesk or did you get it off of UTorrent? (I see the icon for it on your Start bar...)

      Are you using a non True Type Font for your primary display settings? This can cause issues. And it could be that you need to update your graphics card driver....
      Michael "MP" Patrick (Deceased - R.I.P)

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        #4
        ..

        I have an internet connection so i dont think thats the problem?
        And about the demo version, it is an original student version downloaded from revits homepage. I dont know what you mean about the font question?

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          #5
          I believe a student license is not upgradable. It's only good for the version you download during class.
          That's one reason it's so cheap (spelled f-r-e-e)
          Dave Plumb
          BWBR Architects; St Paul, MN

          CADsplaining: When a BIM rookie tells you how you should have done something.

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            #6
            It shouldn't be a reason why someone pulled a masking region over the registration form, if that were true (which I believe of course ).

            @Rasmus: what happens if you dismiss the screen (if possible), does a pop-up appear saying that you're on a 30-day demo from that moment?
            Arjan Ikink, BIM-engineer at PHB Deventer
            LinkedIn

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