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Error Message - SolidWorks Simulation

Error Message - SolidWorks Simulation

Error Message - SolidWorks Simulation

(OP)
Hello All,

I am trying to run a linear static analysis of some part.
The part has around 30,000,000 DOF.
While running the analysis I get the following error message:

Exception code 0xc0000005 thrown at address 0x14130b339 in: Star.exe file version 29,5,0,6. Please press OK to terminate solution

Any idea.?

Thanks,
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RE: Error Message - SolidWorks Simulation

This error might be the program's fault and thus require help from tech support. You can try running this simulation on another machine and possibly a different version of SolidWorks (by the way, make sure that your version is not outdated). However, it's also possible that the model or analysis setup has some flaws. Try simplifying it, this way you may notice what causes the error. Also, try using different contact settings and solver types.

RE: Error Message - SolidWorks Simulation

(OP)
Thank you for your answer.
I restart my PC and it worked.

Thanks,

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