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why don't you post your parasolids and iges files and I'll see if I can help with this.
My suspcion with the iges file is the version setting when opening it. Check your import options. I'd doubt that 2007 would drop support for a version, but it's possible.
The step file might have been a bad export. You might want to check with your source on that.
As for windows not associating those files with Solidworks: this is because those are nuetral file formats that don't belong to any one vendor and can be read by man different programs. You can chage the association if y ou want, by double-clicking the file and then choosing the Solidworks program type when Window presents you with a 'WTF?' dialog.
Thanks for the reply John. Actually as it turns out, theproblem with the .igs file was a network permissions issue and youwere right that the .x_t file was just a bad export.
All probs taken care of. Thanks again!