I always have to always click on the Advanced Assemblie box before I open up an assemly. If I don't then Solidworks will shut down.
Where do you see this Advanced option? Can you post an image?
The Advanced button is directly above ^
Check out this thread it may offer some relief.
What version and service pack are you running?
SW 2010 SP 4.0, Window 7
The Advanced button is above this symol ^
I am running SW 2010, SP 4.0, Windows 7.
Are you opening up your assemblies through Windows Explorer? This might be your problem right here.
If anything you should open them up inside of Solidworks or Solidworks Explorer.
I opening them up through Solidworks directly.
That is not Windows Explorer. That is how the Open File dialog box looks when using Windows 7 and SolidWorks.
Sorry, the picture was so small that is what it looked like to me.
I use Windows 7 at home and I have never gotten that and I open up directly through
What are your computer system spec's? Include video card and driver.
Has this starting occuring since you updated to SW2010, SP4. Or was it an issue before? Detail is important.
Have you contacted your SW reseller tech support to see if they can help you through the issue?
It has started since I got Window 7
The image is very small and I can't make anything out regarding what you are describing.
Can you do a blowup of the specific area you are speaking about?
Scott ... click on the image to enlarge.
The Advanced option is at the bottom LH corner of the image.
Kelvin...I did. I know to do that.
Still looks fuzzy even on my big monitor.
I can't make out ANY text to read it.
Thanks for the larger image.
I have to say I have never noticed that before. I will have to look for that on my home computer,
but I can say that I have never had an issue opening up assembly files before and I have never
had to check that.
Does this happen if you create an assembly from scratch?
Is it possible that the default assembly template you are using to start your assebmlies with
has this set?
I have a thought, if youare using an assembly template do an experiment if you can
and open it up on a system that maybe has XP on it (if you have one) and save it
off and see if it happens in windows 7 again. Maybe I am all wet here, but I am trying to throw out ideas.
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