Yeah this one.
calling my VAR.
There is nothing to check the error message but a blank pictur. Can you add the correct picture. Also make sure that toolbox location is correct under Tools > Options > Hole Wizard/ Toolbox
It's exactly as Deepak said, you have your hole wizard location set incorrectly. Judging by what I'm seeing, you upgraded to a new version without removing the old one first, which is why you have a (2).
right, and what is that correct location?
threads say its under... nevermind i found it.
more points for the level 10~
oops, i lied. uhhhh
there's nothing there.
yeah i looked for this file, but couldnt seem to find it under any of my solidworks data folders. for whatever reason i've got 3 of them, but the (3) is in caps lock, so idk how different that is... just looked, its no different, all folders are empty.
Mine is located in: C:\Program Files\SOLIDWORKS Corp\SOLIDWORKS\Toolbox\data utilities\lang\English. You might check to see if your path is just wrong. If you do a search for swbrowser.sldedb and it doesn't show up, run a repair on your installation.
Also, where you seem to have a few duplicate folders, I'd suggest a clean install. Follow these instructions stolen from an older blog post:
If you’re going to just be working with the newest version, there’s some recommended steps you’ll want to take. First, go to Start->All Programs->SolidWorks->SolidWorks 20xx->SolidWorks Tools->Copy Settings Wizard and run it. This will create a reg file of your settings so you don’t have to recreate the environment you’re used to. Do the usual add/remove program thing and get rid of SolidWorks. Open up Windows Explorer and do a search for SolidWorks. Be sure to include hidden files and folders. When SolidWorks installs, it dumps some stuff into C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Application Data, which is, generally, a hidden folder. You’ll want to delete any SolidWorks folders on your hard drive, except for ones you created to hold models/assemblies/drawings. Still with me? Good. Now, this next step is not for the faint of heart. If you’re uncomfortable messing around in your registry files, skip down to the next paragraph. Go to Start->Run and type in regedit then hit ‘ok’. This will open up the registry editor. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software and delete the any SolidWorks related folders. This may include eDrawings, Dassault Systemes, COSMOS, etc. Do the same in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE. You can also download a cleaning utility, such as ccleaner, to further check the registry and remove dangling .dlls. At this point, you can follow one of two paths. You can reboot or not reboot. I’ve heard various theories on both. Personally, I don’t reboot. More to the point, I tend to forget to reboot. Nonetheless, I haven’t had any issues by not rebooting. Go ahead and install SolidWorks.
If you created a registry file, run the copy settings wizard and select ‘Restore settings’. You should be all set now with a perfect, no issue install of SolidWorks. I’ll pause while you laugh…
they did it in a couple of seconds while i made coffee. i love my VARs.
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