I should add that this problem started yesterday, and I didn't change anything before it happened. I don't know what would have caused this out of the blue...
At this point, with all that you have done, the only thin left before re-installing is to rename the registry key (after shutting down SW) and launch SW. This will force a complete rebuild of the registry and will fix more than a few problems. Note: you will loose all you customizations.
Backup the registry key and rename (not delete) the key.
If it fixes it, you have a magic workaround.
Bingo! Worked like a charm. Thanks!
Try doing this:
- Close SolidWorks
- Open the Windows Registry Editor (via Windows Start menu, running a search for “regedit.exe”)
- Navigate to the key “HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/SolidWorks/SolidWorks 2014/User Interface/Settings”
- Delete the "WindowPos" string
I think it will help.