Installing MathCAD Prime v3.1
- Connect to the Diamond3 server and browse to “Jukebox”
Jukebox, browse to:
- Copy the entire
Prime3.1directory to your desktop. It’s about 1.1GB so it may take some time to copy over. You’ll delete this folder when installation completes, so you’ll get that space back.
- Once the copy completes, open the
Prime3.1folder that you just copied and run the
(click through the warning if one shows up)
- You should see the PTC Installation Assistant appear. Verify that
Install new softwareis selected, then click
- On the Software License Agreement page, select
I accept...and check the confirmation box, then click
- On the Application Selection page, leave the defaults and click
- On the Application Installation page, Mathcad should start installing itself. The icons to the right of each progress bar give options to Retry a failed install, or to get More Info on why a particular component failed to install.
PTC Mathcad Viewable Supportand
PTC Diagnostic Toolsmay or may not install correctly depending on what other programs you have installed (ex: MathCAD v15). As far as we can tell so far, as long as
PTC Mathcad Primecompletes successfully, that’s enough to get up and running.
- When installation completes, click Finish.
PTC Mathcad Prime 3.1 is now installed! Now let’s get it activated!
Activating MathCAD Prime v3.1
- In your Start Menu find and run the
PTC Mathcad License Wizard:
- Within the
PTC Mathcad Licensing Wizard, select
Configure product to use existing license, then click
- On the Configure License page, select the
PTC Mathcad Prime 3.1checkbox, then click the server radio button and enter the
Chem-Diamond10.ad.wsu.edu (port 7788)license server information as shown below. Then click
- If everything went successfully, you should now have a results screen similar to below. You may not have v15 already installed like it is in the example, but so long as
PTC Mathcad Prime 3.1has a filled checkbox, you’re good to go!
Exitand you’re ready to start MathCAD-ing 🙂
Also, you can now delete the
Prime3.1 directory from your desktop (Step #3)