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I've been operating ACAD 12, successfully, on a Power Spec PC powered by Windows XP Home Edition software for two years.
Suddenly when I try an enter the ACAD program I get this message: "Login failed: The maximum number of users has been reached. Try again later." In addition I get an indication that the NTVDM.EXE is involved. Also my "DISK CLEANUP" does not function.
On the same machine I'm running "97 Word". It continues to run perfectly.
This is normally an issue with the licensing utility that runs in the background for ACAD. try troubleshooting that.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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