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Discussion in 'General Questions' started by Antonio10, Dec 31, 2020.
I guess that indicates that the issue with the newer versions is the x64 emulation on Windows 11. I know it's under development still so there's some reason to be optimistic that later versions of Creo will run at some point, but it would also be useful to understand why it's failing currently.
Me too with same issues with the latest Creo Version some update?
I can't get Creo 8 to install on Windows 10. I had Solidworks running, license ran out so tried to switch to Creo 8. On install I get Virtual C++ Redistributables unsuccessful installation.
"Visual C++ Redistributables"
You need to install the ARM version of C++ Redistributables first, then the x64 version before proceeding with the Creo install (download from https://docs.microsoft.com/en-US/cpp/windows/latest-supported-vc-redist?view=msvc-170). I have gotten everything to install fine, but the program will still not launch. It's possible that there's something incorrect happening with the installation of the C++ Redist., but I haven't been able to figure out what the issue is or what is missing. Please keep us posted if you figure anything else out.
I can confirm that Creo 3 32bit runs both windows 10, and 11 ARM builds. This was not the student version.
Still trying to get Creo 8, but at this point unsuccessful
Creo Parametric, but in general I believe all CAD software of a certain level, does not work with ARM processors.
unfortunately I just bought a new macbook pro, and there is no way to install Creo 8, 7, 6. PTC officially doesn't even support Windows 11, which is the only version currently available for ARM processors. Less than less it supports ARM architecture.
Parallels support offloads the liability to software manufacturers. So before buying a new macbook thinking of using parallels to virtualize Windows, check the compatibility of the software you plan to use with arm processors.
In a nutshell, the version of windows that parallels manages to emulate brings the mac back to the equivalent of a surface book ... that is completely useless
Any update on this? I'm really hoping this ends up being resolved. I've seen reports ANSYS and such can run pretty decently on M1 now.
Yes, I found a workaround: https://forum.parallels.com/threads/ptc-creo-wont-run.355699/
Awesome, I'll give it a shot. Thanks!
How is the performance of Creo on a Mac? I'm debating on picking up a MBP or a Lenovo computer for general use + medium CAD work. Any lag/graphics issues? How's battery life?