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Error: A required .DLL file, AC1ST16.DLL was not found.

A - answer This error can occur after reinstalling or uninstalling some Windows applications. The AC1ST16.DLL is probably not missing, only AutoCAD cannot find it.

Go to Windows System settings of your computer and in the Environment variables, make sure that the PATH variable contains the folder name C:\Program Files\Common Files\Autodesk Shared (without the backslash at the end, you can remove it using the Edit button); maybe also stored in Program Files (x86).

If the file is really missing, you have to reinstall or repair your AutoCAD installation.

To set Windows environment variables, right-click on the 'My Computer' icon, select 'Properties'. In the 'System Properties' dialog, go to the 'Advanced' tab and click the 'Environment variables' button. You can modify the User- (for you) or System- (for all) variables.

(acad.exe or aclt.exe/acadlt.exe - unable to locate component)

100% Win2000,WinXP  CAD 
5.8.2003    152440x  
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applies to: AutoCAD 2004 · AutoCAD LT 2004 ·

See also:
Tip 2993:Error in the ac1st16.dll file trying to run AutoCAD or Desktop.
Tip 2705:Failures in the module ac1st15.dll.

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