Autodyn run error

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AlexL posted this 01 November 2018

Hi!

I can`t run a program Autodyn in any versions of Ansys. Now I`am use version 18.2. the required files are in the folder. what should I do?

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tsiriaks posted this 01 November 2018

Hi AlexL ,

If you start ANSYS with 'run as administrator' , does this make any differences ?

Thanks,

Win

AlexL posted this 01 November 2018

Thank You, Win, but unfortunately it`s not work

tsiriaks posted this 01 November 2018

Hi AlexL ,

I'm assuming you have tried opening those two files directly and they are open fine.

Have you used any other ANSYS software/tools (e.g., Mechanical-Static Structural, Fluent, CFX) ? If so, do you experience any issue ?

Do you have any install.err under C:\Program Files\ANSYS Student  ?

When you installed the software, did you do the "run as administrator" ?

Thank you,

Win

 

AlexL posted this 01 November 2018

Thank You, Tsiriaks,

I`m trying to open any other ANSYS software/tools (e.g., Mechanical-Static Structural, Fluent, CFX) and it working

Yes, I`m install under C:\Program Files\ANSYS Student and always use "run as administrator"

 

Is it working with windows 10x64?

 

Thank You

tsiriaks posted this 01 November 2018

Hi AlexL,

Thank you for the info. Windows 10 x 64 is fine. But now I'm worried about the localization issue. We have seen a lot of issues with the localization. Can you try setting the default language of your computer to be English ?

https://www.windowscentral.com/how-properly-change-system-default-language-windows-10

Thank you,

Win

AlexL posted this 02 November 2018

Thank You, Tsiriaks,

I`m set the default language to English, but Autodyn not working again

 

AlexL posted this 02 November 2018

Tsiriaks, could You tell me, do You have a 32-bit version of Ansys 18.2?

Maybe it will working better 

tsiriaks posted this 02 November 2018

Hi AlexL,

We don't have 32-bit version of Ansys 18.2. I think it's been retired may be more than 6 years now, since all (or almost all) OS are now running 64-bit.

Can you post the screenshot of the output of 'set' command (without quote ' ') from the CMD Prompt ?

Thank you,

Win

AlexL posted this 02 November 2018

tsiriaks posted this 02 November 2018

Can you include the part after this too ?

Thanks,

Win

AlexL posted this 04 November 2018

tsiriaks posted this 05 November 2018

Can you try reordering your Path environment variable so that the

C:\WINDOWS\system32;C:\WINDOWS;C:\WINDOWS\System32\Wbem   

are in front of any other paths ? See this instructions if you need help modifying the environment variable 

https://www.java.com/en/download/help/path.xml

Make sure you make a copy of the original order in case something is messed up while you are changing the order.

Thanks,

Win

AlexL posted this 05 November 2018

Thank You, Tsiriaks, If I understand correctly, I must change the PATH, yes?

tsiriaks posted this 05 November 2018

Hi AlexL,


Yes, just move those 3 up so that they are in front of everything else.

Thank you,

Win

AlexL posted this 05 November 2018

Unfortunately it`s not working if I make it right

I`m write path Only C:\WINDOWS\system32 , C:\WINDOWS;C:\WINDOWS\System32\Wbem   and together as on picture

tsiriaks posted this 05 November 2018

Hi AlexL,

I think you set it correctly.

Can you leave this setting like this, then change your default language back to English and reboot the machine. After that, open up CMD Prompt , then issue the following command (copy and paste the entire line)

move %appdata%\ansys\ %appdata%\ansys.back

Now try using AutoDyn again.

Thank you,

Win

 

 

 

AlexL posted this 05 November 2018

I'm wrong somewhere.

tsiriaks posted this 06 November 2018

Hi AlexL,

Don't run that command under admin CMD Prompt. Run with a regular (user) CMD Prompt.

Thanks,

Win 

AlexL posted this 08 November 2018

Thank You, Tsiriaks, for yours help.

I`m use virtual machine with windows 10 and now it working. But it not working with real computer.

tsiriaks posted this 09 November 2018

Hi AlexL,

Thank you for the info and sharing your resolution.

Something on the systems of the host (real) machine is not good.

Thanks,

Win

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