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AutoCAD 2004 "Read all about it"

AutoCAD 2004 "Read all about it"

AutoCAD 2004 "Read all about it"

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"Operating Systems:  AutoCAD 2004 is now Windows XP certified, and runs fine on Windows 2000 as well.  Power user privileges are no longer required.  Operating systems such as Windows 95/98/Me are not supported.  In our opinion these operating systems were never stable enough to be considered for AutoCAD anyway"

Look here...

http://www.dotsoft.com/acad2004.htm

Pedro TreviƱo
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