I made it a assembly drawing, all the sections and save it, then when i reopened all the sections were corrupted. There it is a another way to fix then remaking all the section?
You can never really pinpoint what corrupts a file inside SOLIDWORKS. It can be a multiple of things all working together to cause it to go into corrupt state.
You can start by examining the system files for system level issues that might explain problems saving files. Typically we are looking for Disk and file system errors with local drives and network outage or delayed write failures when accessing files on a server. We will examine the machine configuration. Where a customer has purchased hardware from one of our hardware partners we tend to see fewer corruptions. We recognize that customers can purchase their hardware from their preferred supplier but would ask that they satisfy themselves that their supplier is capable of supporting a workstation grade computer also that system requirements published on the SolidWorks Website are reviewed.
We will examine the system files from the servers to confirm the specification of the machines and again verify network errors. This investigation would normally be conducted as a separate service request.
This excerpt was taken directly from the knowledgebase.
Hope this helps,
Do all of the parts still exist in the drawing, or anywhere else?
Try a force rebuild? Ctrl-Q
No, all the parts are in the same folder, and already tried the force rebuild, I tried hide and show all the views, none worked.
Check your backup folder, before it was corrupted, hopefully there is something there.
You can find the folder shortcut, under SOLIDWORKS options>Backup Folder
Thanks Alen, I recreated the sections, and did it save it, what worries me is IF happens again, i really would like to know what i probably did to happen this. Thanks for the tip
If you are using PDM, and had it checked in, it can be checked out and redo your last changes.
We don't use here , but thanks for the tip.
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