Hi,

First i read this..
NOTE: In both of the following procedures, the service pack file that you download contains an MSP (Microsoft Patch) file. You must extract that file from the executable file. To extract the MSP file from the executable, use the /e ("extract") switch.

Then I run:
autocad2009lockedsp3.exe /e

The only I get is a file in %temp% and that file is named "MSP2"

Waht wrong do I do?

/SaiTech
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Waht wrong do I do?No offence but it looks like you simply failed to read the article properly. The command line you should have used is:
<local_drive:>\<patch_name> /e <local_drive:>\< patch_name>.mspIn other words, you need to add the location and name, including the '.MSP' extension, where you want the path file to be extracted.
http://images.autodesk.com/adsk/files/autocad_2009_and_autocad_lt_2009_update_3_readme.htm#Installation_Instructions_
Answered 09/11/2009 by: VBScab
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Ohh..

Thanks VBScab it works, I am not use to that. I thought the exe fixed that..

humm..
Thanks again..

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Answered 09/11/2009 by: SaiTech
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Conventional set-up stubs do extract their files to %TEMP%, with no need to specify a target path but the instructions in the article for this EXE are pretty clear.
Answered 09/11/2009 by: VBScab
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