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that usually means that the code of mesher here contains the error. So, you have to roll the another Service Pack for Cosmos he possible.
Hi Basil and Russell!
I am experiencing the same problems when meshing an assembly. Sometimes i get the R6025 message, and the program has to terminate or restart.
I dont understand your answer here. Do you mean that the SP (ServicePack) currently installed is doing this meshing error, and he has to install a later SP?
I have SW 2007 with Sp 3.1, which is causing these problems.
I thought that the problem might be that i have some other program that is in conflict, or that my machine is to weak.
Stress and strain analysis Engineer
Your not alone. I am not using Comos but I have had (7) R6025 Runtime C++ errors since Feb 11, 2008. that I have logged in my records. As my employer is not moving ahead to SW2008. I'm currently running SW2007 SP4.0
My R6025 C++ runtime errors seems to be when I'm working in a really large model having 14,000 plus solid bodies. But we do not use PDM here. We use something called Adept (meant for AutoCad). So I have not been able to figure out how to cure this on going problem myself yet. But we also have several others here who have had R6025 runtime errors. I'm a little surpised to find a lack discussion about this. I think it might be a little more common then folks are fessing up to by not talking about it. When I get my R6025 Runtime crash it dose send and email to Solid Works. So hopefully they will see something.