Script Error

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cenkkaya913 posted this 20 July 2018

I am working at internal combustion engine cfd analyse but when i finish my geometry and open mesh selection in my workbench, it gives script error below you see. What can i do? 

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Samir posted this 23 July 2018

Hi cenkkaya913,

The image is not very clear. Request you to attach a clear image of the script error message that you get. 

Alternatively, please try the APPDATA reset. To do it:

  • Completely close out ANSYS (any and all open projects)
  • Open a Windows Explorer window and in the bar at the top input: %APPDATA%
  • Go into the Ansys folder
  • Rename the v19.0 folder to v19.0_old (so that there isn't a folder named v19.0)
  • Launch ANSYS and all your setting will be reset.

Things like Windows updates, system crashes, hard shutdowns, etc., can impact your settings, so cleaning them out on occasion is a good thing.

I hope this helps. 

Regards,

Samir.

 

 

cenkkaya913 posted this 23 July 2018

Dear Samir,

 I put error message below (Normally turkish message but i will write english)Jscript

Line: 1987

Char: 2

Error: invalid procedure call or argument

Code: 800a0005

Source: Microsoft Script Runtime Error 

Script: Assy = Assys.Item(1)

kkanade posted this 24 July 2018

Hello, 

Please delete data in %temp%

Please make sure that your R19.1 installation is complete. If required, uninstall and install it again. 

Please make sure that no other R19.1 session is running. 

Please make sure that you can open geometry in Design Modeler. Please check geometry in Design Modeler using Tools --> analysis tools --> fault detection. If geometry has any errors, please correct it before going to meshing. 

Hope this helps. 

Regards,

Keyur

cenkkaya913 posted this 25 July 2018

Hello kkanade

kkanade posted this 26 July 2018

Hello, 

Can you please explain what did not work. Can you please insert images in the text reply.  

Did you delete data in %temp%

Did you reinstall R191.? Please make sure that no other R19.1 session is running. 

Did you check geometry in DM? Please make sure that you can open geometry in Design Modeler. Please check geometry in Design Modeler using Tools --> analysis tools --> fault detection. If geometry has any errors, please correct it before going to meshing.

Due to restrictions I may not be able to download your files. Somebody from forum can pitch in to check your files. 

Regards,

Keyur

 

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