1-888-310-4540 (main) / 1-888-707-6150 (support) info@spkaa.com
Select Page

One-click Installer for PADS Flow 9.3 and Update1

Everyone loves a one-click installer, but setting this up can be a headache, especially when a company changes the way this is done. You can setup your installation script to install both PADS9.3 and PADS9.3_update1 with a double-click of the mouse!

Here are the first few steps on getting this to work using Mentor Graphics’s new Batch Tool script creator!

How to Silent-install PADS Flow 9.3 and PADS updates/patches.

Create the “Session” install file for PADS 9.3

1. Extract PADS9.3.zip – which can be downloaded from Mentor Graphics SupportNet – to a folder accessible on the network. This will be your source folder. For reference, I’ll call this \\server\folder\PADS9.3.

2. Run the extracted PADS9.3_mib.exe file. This will immediately install (unpack) the MG Install program on your computer. Cancel out of the first window (Hardware Key/Licensing) when it appears to cancel the PADS installation.

To download the full instructions including the steps for the PADS9.3_update1 go to: PADS Single-Click Installer.

Edwin Chung
Application Integration Engineer, SPK

Latest White Papers

The Ultimate Jira Data Protection

The Ultimate Jira Data Protection

Remote work is here to stay, and companies are turning to cloud-based solutions to support their teams. Atlassian's suite of products is a top choice for businesses worldwide. But, many businesses are still unsure about its built-in data protection capabilities....

Related Resources

PTC LiveWorx 2023 Highlights

PTC LiveWorx 2023 Highlights

PTC LiveWorx is the premier event bringing together professionals and innovators from various industries. It ignites the exploration of digital transformation, industrial innovation, and emerging technologies. From engaging keynote presentations to hands-on workshops...

Solidworks Error: No Database Attached To This View – Part 2

Solidworks Error: No Database Attached To This View – Part 2

Hi everyone, I am Daniela, the SolidWorks PDM SME for SPK and Associates. Today, I’ll be showing you how to fix the SolidWorks error message “no database is connected to this view.”  This video is split in to two parts. Check out part one here. You can watch the video...