is anyone ever experince a screen like this? it occured right after i selecting a View Orientation. It happens all the time i selected a View Orientation. Please any advice or solution to my problem here.
Thank you in advance.
Hi Jovan ,
Initially try with OpenGL method. To do So :
Run with OpenGl Option on to check whether this issue is reproducible. If it works Fine in that mode then sure your graphic card might be causing the issue .To run in OpenGl mode :
1. Open SolidWorks alone.
2. Close all Documents , Then go to Tools> Option > System Options > Performance > OpenGL Mode. Activate this Icon. Try this if it works.
Check your video card drivers. Run SOLIDWORKS in OpenGL mode if that fixes the issue.
Also try running RX to capture the issue and send to your VAR.
Thanks for the respon, Deepak Gupta.
Here i attached a screen capture to show the issue.
I hope with this file attached can be solved with the solution given.
My first thought would be a VRAM issue from the pattern, do you have realview turned on? If so try turning it off, the same with Ambient occlusion. What graphics card are you running, and what driver version?
Thanks for the respond, Timothy Sherratt.
I had my RealView and Ambient Occlusion turned on and off, both did'nt solve the issue.
I am using Intel HD Graphics Family run on driver version 10.18.10.3496, and AMD Radeon R7 M265 2GB run on driver version 13.352.1008.0. Both driver was updated with latest version.
Which version of SolidWorks Your Are Running on your machine ??? If you have two Graphic Card, ByPass Anyone of the Graphic and check whether your issue gets Resolved .
Thanks and Regards,
Hi Vignesh Nagarajan, thanks for the respond.
I'm running SolidWorks 2014 on my Dell Inspiron 5447 14", with Intel Core i7 Quad-Core @2.00Ghz and RAM 8 GB.
But i don't know how to bypass the graphic card. Would you give me a step to do it? Much appreciate
Check if you graphics card river is supported for SOLIDWORKS or not here: Graphics Card Drivers SOLIDWORKS
Oh i just find out that my graphic card is not supporting SolidWorks. It is not on the list when i choosing Graphic Card.
But actually, is it really really influence the perfomance of SolidWorks in my laptop? I mean, whether because no one in the list is not meant SolidWorks can I use? Is not the capacity of VGA that affect on performance of a program / software?
Ahh the solution given had solved my problem. After i turned on the OpenGL mode then i selecting View Orientation, it goes normal again! Now i can continue my work to build a module for my students (friends i suppose). Thank you very much for guiding me to solve my problem. I'm sorry for my bad English.
And also, Thank you for all responder to help me find the solution. I really appreciate all your effort and respond to me
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