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    30 Day Trial Version From a CD

    I installed from a CD the 30 day trial version of Autocad on my notebook. If I want to continue using the 30 day trial version, couldn't I install it again with the CD? Would my 2nd installation overide the 1st installation? Would I get any errors if I do that?

    The 1st time I installed from the CD I used the serial number that came in a folder from the CD. If I install again using the CD, will the autocad install without any error messages if I choose the 30 day option instead of the serial number option?

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    When you installed for the first time changes were made to your Registry. The clock started ticking. When you reach the end of the trial you will not be able to install again.
    I'm Reese. Sergeant Tech-Com, DN38416. Assigned to protect you. You've been targeted for termination.

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    It's one single 30-day trial per PC for the same autodesk product, CD or download or any combination: that's it. You need to use a second PC if you still need to try the product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pendean View Post
    It's one single 30-day trial per PC for the same autodesk product, CD or download or any combination: that's it. You need to use a second PC if you still need to try the product.
    Can I download the Student Version on the same PC where the 30 Day Trial is installed?

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