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AutoCAD installation prompts to "Insert Disc 1".

A - answer When you download the AutoCAD installation image on a flash (USB) disc and install it from this removable media, the setup process may pause with the message "Insert AutoCAD Disc 1".

Your external USB device probably does not handle some OS disk functions properly. In this case, copy the installation files to a temporary folder on your hard disk and retry the installation from this drive. You can also use the option "Install Now" from your Autodesk Account.

An alternative option (for advanced users) is adding an option to the SETUP.INI file (on your USB media) via Notepad. To the section [SETUP] add a line with the parameter USE_REMOVABLE_DRIVE=YES - i.e:

[SETUP]
USE_REMOVABLE_DRIVE=YES
ACADLTACADM
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24.8.2016    10033×  
applies to: AutoCAD · AutoCAD LT · AutoCAD Mechanical ·

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