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Error 2337 while installing a CAD application.

A - answer Your AutoCAD or Inventor installation fails with: "Internal Error 2337".

This error is caused by a problem in Windows system components - the problem is typically caused by:

  • Installation attempt on an unsupported operating system
  • Improper installation procedure (e.g. using .MSI instead of SETUP.EXE)
  • Unsupported type of network installation over group policy (GPO)
  • Corrupted installation of .NET Framework
  • Corrupted Windows Installer service
  • Damaged installation media, or the downloaded distribution archive
Before the installation, update your operating system (via Windows Update), install the latest version of .NET Framework (see e.g. Download and restart the installation with SETUP.EXE.
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16.7.2010    37542×  
applies to: AutoCAD · Inventor · Revit · Civil 3D · 3ds Max ·

See also:
Tip 13539:Revit 2023.1 shows "Twinmotion is not installed"
Tip 13263:Error when renaming assembly files in Design Assistant 2022.
Tip 12605:Script error (utag) when trying to log-in with your Autodesk ID.
Tip 11863:You cannot install this product on the current operating system.
Tip 11854:iLogic error in Inventor 2019: invocation of constructor threw an exception

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