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  • #21495

    Daniel
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    Hi, I have V27 and now when I go to simulation mode it will start processing and the screen will start to change to the sim screen and it will then cause bobcad to crash. It was working before and it does not matter what file I use, I even tried the ones that I know worked before. Is there something that anyone knows I should be looking at?
    thanks

    #21499

    jrmach
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    can you upload a .bbcd file that is giving you problems

    #21500

    Daniel
    Participant

    here is one goes through the preparation then bobcad is forced to close.

    #21501

    Daniel
    Participant

    or this one.

    #21502

    jrmach
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    you will have to .zip the .bbcd file

    #21503

    Daniel
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    OK I dont get it, the forum wont let me upload them for security reasons.

    #21504

    jrmach
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    testing

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    #21506

    jrmach
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    With your file closed,,,r/cick the file and select send to compressed file.That essentially is now a .zip.
    Upload the .zip

    #21507

    Daniel
    Participant

    ok here they are, thanks

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    #21510

    jrmach
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    I see nothing wrong in your files.I opened and simulated just fine.That leads me to believe a setting in simulation got changed.It would be best if you got support to have BoB log on your computer and see what is going on.Your files are OK.

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