Version conflict with AutoCAD mechanical 2013 and AutoCAD 2014

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Hi,

I am having a Windows 7 system and using AutoCAD mechanical 2013 which is installed in my system as administrator. I also have AutoCAD 2014 also installed on the same computer. When I open one of them it gives me the “AmMgdInterop.dll” error. If I uninstall both versions and install only one version, it won’t give me this error, but both versions seems to find problems with co-existence. Any reason why this is happening? Please help. Will greatly appreciate! Thanks.

Unhandled exception has occurred in a component in your application.If you click continue,the application will ignore this error and attempt to continue. – A procedure imported by ‘AmMgdInterop.dll’ could not be loaded.

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Version conflict with AutoCAD mechanical 2013 and AutoCAD 2014

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HI Daniel,
The error is because the program containing the DLL file is corrupted.
To resolve this error follow the steps mentioned below:
1) Click 'Start', select 'run' option
2) In the run box, type 'regedit.exe'and click 'OK'
3) The registry window, click on the 'computer' icon

Registry-window-for-opening-files

4) Click 'File', select 'Export' option
5) Save the .reg file in a folder at different location and rename the new file
6) Click 'Start', select 'Control Panel' option from the list
7) Click 'Programs' option from the list
8) Select the software from the list and click 'uninstall' option

Uninstall-program-through-Control-Panel

9) Restart the system after the process is completed

 

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