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Abaqus error 1073741795

Abaqus error 1073741795

Abaqus error 1073741795

Dear all,

I am in desperate need in solving this issue. I am doing a very simple analysis of a plate with a hole to view stress concentration effects for my FEA and Fracture Mechanics class. However, every time I run this model on my computer I get this error.

The model database recovery operation has completed.
The job input file "Plate-With_Hole.inp" has been submitted for analysis.
Job Plate-With_Hole: Analysis Input File Processor completed successfully.
ERROR in job messaging system: Error in connection to analysis
Error in job Plate-With_Hole: The executable standard.exe aborted with system error code 1073741795. Please check the .dat, .msg, and .sta files for error messages if the files exist. If there are no error messages and you cannot resolve the problem, please run the command "abaqus job=support information=support" to report and save your system information. Use the same command to run Abaqus that you used when the problem occurred. Please contact your local Abaqus support office and send them the input file, the file support.log which you just created, the executable name, and the error code.
Job Plate-With_Hole aborted due to errors.

None of my colleagues are experiencing this issue, and I have even ran my exact same model on other computers with no issues. I even tried to switch to ANSYS and ran into the exact same problem. It seems that every time my model gets above 300 nodes this seems to happen. I have attached the dat file associated with this model. PLEASE HELP!!!!

P.S. I have tried to change the filename "mkl_avx2.dll" to "mkl_avx2.dll." with no success. Because I am running into the exact same issue in both ANSYS and ABAQUS I am assuming it is an issue with my processor or something?

RE: Abaqus error 1073741795

You have enough disk space?

RE: Abaqus error 1073741795

Yes, I have 1 TB of internal storage and 8 GB of RAM.

RE: Abaqus error 1073741795

The *.dat isnt much help do you have a .msg & .sta files?

RE: Abaqus error 1073741795

Unfortunately no, Abaqus is not producing them. I am assuming its aborting before it even gets to that point?

RE: Abaqus error 1073741795

Looks like, if its only happening on one machine then try re-installing Abaqus or use a different machine.

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