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Installation: Microsoft Visual C++ 2005: Command line option syntax error.

A - answer When installing a CAD application, the system component "Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 SP1 Redistributable Package" may fail with an error message "Command line option syntax error.". Most probably you are trying to install your software to an unsupported operating system (e.g. Autodesk versions older than 2014 to Windows 8).

If you are sure that you you are attempting to run the setup in a supported (compatibile) OS, retry the installation under the Administrator account.

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10.1.2013    9186×  
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Tip 11530:Autodesk Print Studio fails in Win 10 Anniversary or Creator Editions.
Tip 10482:Compatibility of Autodesk products with Windows 10.
Tip 10084:Error "Unsupported operating system" when installing Revit LT 2015.
Tip 9520:My Inventor 2013, 2012 or 2011 does not work after upgrade to Windows 8.1

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