Anyone else saving to a network get this error? The network is not down and after trying to save several times it will save. This happens randomly maybe a couple times a week.
Possible you are having a network trafficing issue?
Anyone else in your dept seeing this?
Yes others see this issue as well including our night shift guy who is the only one on the network at night. Our IT guy says it must be a SW issue because the network is fine. Might be a case of he did it!!
Finger pointing...gotta love it!!!
I would like to see what would happen if the network got rebooted.
Can you pin point exactly when this started happening? If so do you remember
any significant updates or changes happening?
It started a few weeks back in SW 2009 and it is happening again in SW 2011. I have a feeling it is a mixture where something on the network has changed and SW doesn't like it. But since it doesn't completly stop us from working IT won't spend time on it because they have bigger things to take care of. I was hoping someone here has had a similar experience and resolved it.
Something you said triggered me to wonder if this is a driver issue.
Are all of your drivers up to date? Video and such?
Open the System Event Log, EventLogSystem.evt from SolidWorks Rx, and check for the following error:Event Type: Warning Event Source: MRxSmb Event ID: 50If the following error is shown, then this problem occurs when the program writes to a volume mount point that is located on a storage area network (SAN) that is connected by using a Universal Naming Convention (UNC) connection.Browse to the Microsoft website to download a hot fix for this issue: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/890352
How go I open the system event log? I opened SW Rx and the files and logs tab is grayed out and un-pickable.
Event log files
1. Right-click on "My computer" and select "Manage" (On Windows Server 2008 use: <Start><All Programs><Administrative Tools><Computer Management>)
2. Select System Tools > Events >Application events (Windows XP)
2. Select System Tools>Event Viewer>Windows Logs>Application (Windows Vista or Windows 7)
3. Right-click > Save log file as
4. Save the file with a name such as ApplicationEvents.EVT. Use the EVT (evtx format for Vista and Windows 7) format as this is more useful than the TXT format.
5. Repeat the process for the System events log and use a name such as SystemEvents.evt
System Information file
1. Run the command MSINFO32, or go to Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > and select System Information
2. Select <Action> Save as System information file. Call the file SystemInfo.nfo
Thanks for all the info but I don't see the error.
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