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After selecting a line and doing a right mouse botton (RMB), invoke Select Other in the RMB menu that pops up. From there you should be able to cycle through the lines.
Something else I have used is to right click and select chain tochoose all the lines that are connected, then right click andinvert selection, which should highlight anything not connected.
You could, also, just remove all the lines and redraw one to fit. Sometimes all those lines don't exactly have an end point.
if you've got AutoCAD 2000, then prior to importing your drawing into Solidworks run the Overkill express tool. This will remove duplicates, partial, duplicates, the whole nine-yards.
I love this tool.
Another good one is Mpedit, which will turn a selection set into closed polylines (if you supply the close option).
Finally, move your drawing geometry to the origin. Solidworks doesn't read the insbase system variable.
In short, take care of your drawings in AutoCAD before you import them into Solidworks