Autodyn run error

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AlexL posted this 2 weeks ago

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 2 weeks ago

Hi AlexL ,

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

Thanks,

Win

AlexL posted this 2 weeks ago

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

tsiriaks posted this 2 weeks ago

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 2 weeks ago

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 2 weeks ago

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 2 weeks ago

Thank You, Tsiriaks,

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

 

AlexL posted this 2 weeks ago

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

Maybe it will working better 

tsiriaks posted this 2 weeks ago

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 2 weeks ago

tsiriaks posted this 2 weeks ago

Can you include the part after this too ?

Thanks,

Win

AlexL posted this 2 weeks ago

tsiriaks posted this 1 weeks ago

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 1 weeks ago

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

tsiriaks posted this 1 weeks ago

Hi AlexL,


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

Thank you,

Win

AlexL posted this 1 weeks ago

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 1 weeks ago

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 1 weeks ago

I'm wrong somewhere.

tsiriaks posted this 1 weeks ago

Hi AlexL,

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

Thanks,

Win 

AlexL posted this 4 days ago

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 4 days ago

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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