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SW 2009-2010 Installs As Professional Instead of Premium

Question asked by 1-93R3OC on Jun 13, 2009
Latest reply on Jun 16, 2009 by 1-93R3OC
I'm posting here as a last-ditch effort to get some help on this, as those of us with the Student Editions get virtually no support.

I received my copy of SW 2009-2010 SE on Thursday, installed it, and went to start playing with the Routing Add-in. The only reason I actually bought this version, rather than stay with the 2008-2009 version, was to get the Routing Add-in. This is supposed to be included in the latest version as part of the SW Premium package.

Well, currently, it installs as Professional instead and does not install the add-in. I've attempted to modify the installation, have every thing installing from the menu, but it insists that the package is Professional. Essentially, it's looking like SolidWork's licensing system is screwed up.

Does anyone know about this issue and have an idea? I have not been able to work on my graduate project for about 5 weeks waiting for this software to finally arrive, and now I can't even use the one tool I was waiting for.

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