I have a copy of Autocad 2000i for Win 95/98 on disc that I would like to use on my Mint system. The program disc has a number of files and folders including Autorun.exe, setup.exe and msetup.exe.
Can anyone tell me the exact steps to install Autocad from disc? I created a Win 98 bottle and installed from the file acad.msi on the disc. It seemed to install everything and created a desktop icon but it doesn't work.
I suspect there are dependencies that need installing into the bottle first but I have no idea what to do.
Any help would be most appreciated.
I've never did this but it should be easy when installing software this way go to crossover click install windows software at the bottom name your app click next on the next screen it's asking where to look for the software to install at at the bottom it should say choose installer folder here you should be able to pick your c drive and install autocad. This should work but i've never did a install from cd before.I know for sure you going to need the .net framwork i don't remember the version for that version of autocad.
Posted 2021-02-24 16:31
· edited by Mike on 2021-02-24 19:31
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