Not much, beside uninstall and reinstall.
We are facing the same problem!
Solidworks 2019 even with SP01 does NOT support the latest Windows 10!
We already figured this out weeks ago with SP0 and rolling back windows to a later Windows 10 did the trick.
But now Microsoft decided to force the Windows 10 update to Win10 - 1809.
We installed a new PC with the latest Windows 10 and latest Solidworks but not working the same problem.
We tried different PC's and event Virtual Machines.
Try running command "winver" to show your current windows version if it is below 1809 SolidWorks should run.
But installing an older Windows version will result in forcing the update in a few days ....
@Solidworks Team don't you test the latest version of Windows with your software ?
We even tried to contact Solidworks but didn't get a reply!
Using the restore windows option we rolled back to an older version of windows and completely disabled windows updates.
Now SolidWorks is working again.
We are unable to install it on a single VM or Laptop running 10 Pro 1809.
Okay, I will again give it a try with a clean windows installation, did you install special VBA or C++ version or just stock?
We only tested 2019 not 2018 ...
Thanks and best regards
It seems to be a region problem.
We have a combination of Language: English / Region: Austria or Germany.
Changing the region to USA seams to solve the problem ... but now we have invalid number formats (for us )
That, I have VS2017 community. Don't know if that make a different.
.Net 4.72 SDK, targeting pack
C++ Redistributable 2005-2017
I don't think VBA got any update. It's been dead for a few years.
Got it working!
Georg Hartmann : assuming by your name, you are also using an English installation on a system with German region settings.
Setting your regional format to English (United Kingdom) gives you the closest formats to our formats and a working SW-Instance
Yes also working for us!
what the actual **** ... working for me too
and yes I'm from germany
Glad you could help @Julian & @Felix