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I tried downloading inventor 2015, but I shut off my computer during the installation process, me being the retard I was chose to believe it was on Autodesk's end so I tried instead installing Inventor 2016.
Now, when I try to open either, I get the age old re registration error.
I've decided the best thing to do at this point is a clean uninstall, but whenever I try to delete the appropriate folders, my computer says the files are in use. I tried using the Autodesk uninstall tool, but not everything was uninstalled. I also tried using Microsoft Fixit(Ayy lmao) and that didn't work either. Pls help, I need to get to work on a jet engine
Note: I am on Windows 7
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Try deleting autodesk related things from your APPDATA and PROGRAMDATA folders.
Also stop stealing.
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>>513417
>implying I'm not using the student version
How dare you call me a pirate fag
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try seeing if any scripts are running and kill them.
also you can try deleting the smaller stuff first then the bigger stuff
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linux startup usb.

your magical tool to edit and delete files which windows is crying over!



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