Autodesk Education Suite installation stopped, saying Cabinet file required

Asked By 0 points N/A Posted on -


I was attempting to install the Autodesk Educational Suite for Entertainment creation 2011 on several Windows 7 pcs .Using the same install files on every computer (located on local hard drive), it works fine for all but one system. On this machine I get the error that a required cabinet file for installation is corrupted. I tried disabling the antivirus software installed temporarily and then installing Autodesk Educational Suite, but still this error persists. Is there a work around to resolve this issue? Or is this a system specific issue? Does anyone have any ideas regarding this issue? Please share. Thanks in advance.

Error 1335. The cabinet file ‘’ required for this

installation is corrupt and cannot be used. This could indicate a

network error, an error reading form the CD-ROM, or a problem with

this package.

Answered By 10 points N/A #179813

Autodesk Education Suite installation stopped, saying Cabinet file required


Remember before going to install the product on multiple computers please confirm that your computer meets the minimum system requirements. If you have the permission for network license for autodesk product then you have to use this option to install the network license manager before any users can run the product. Go thoroughly the documentation. Also see that your user name has ‘administrator permissions’ to install the product. Close all running applications at the time of installation.

Login/Register to Answer

Related Questions