Recently several customers have reported an apparent hang during installation of AutoCAD LT 2013 (and also earlier versions) at the License Agreement screen after they click the "I accept" option and nothing happens.
This occurs on machines with the screen resolution set to 800 x 600 so that the dialog box looks like this:
If the screen resolution is adjusted to 1024 x 768 or higher, the full dialog box shows and the Next button is then visible.
The screen resolution can be set without exiting the setup wizard. This same issue can occur with any of the other current Autodesk products that use this same License Agreement dialog box.
Notice in the System Requirements for AutoCAD LT 2013 that is linked from the first Setup screen this item:
Display resolution 1024x768 with True Color
If, however, you find that your laptop screen is set to 1024 x 768 or higher and the License Agreement dialog box and perhaps some others still do not fit on the screen, then look for the NVIDIA Control Panel if your computer has an NVIDIA video card installed.
See the diagram, below to open the NVIDIA Control Panel from a right click on the desktop to select 'Screen resolution' in Windows 7 or 'Properties' then Settings Tab, Advanced button in Win XP. You can also find it in the Windows Control Panel.
In the NVIDIA Control Panel, look for 'Change Flat Panel Scaling' as shown below.
Try the 'Do not Scale' option, then see if the License Agreement dialog shows the Next button. You can return to the previous resolution scaling method afterwards if you want.
If you have an AMD/ATI video card or another make, look for a similar control panel that scales the desktop to fit the display and make adjustments as needed to see the missing portions of the dialog box.