I downloaded a student version of Ansys and when I try to open SpaceClaim the following error apears:
What do I have to do to be able to open SpaceClaim?
Wendson S Freire
@WendsonFreire What version did you download and install?
Ansys Student 2020 R2
@WendsonFreire Can you try deleting your %APPDATA%\Ansys\v202 directory to see if there's any change?
@mmadore did not work. Remains the same error
@WendsonFreire Can you open a Windows command prompt and send me the full output of the command "set", without the quotes? I suspect you may have the variable ANSYSLI_ELASTIC=1 specified. If so, please try removing it.
@mmadore I have the variable ANSYSLI_ELASTIC=1 specified, but I don't know how to delete this variable. Can you explain how to delete?
@WendsonFreire Please follow these steps.
Hi @mmadore, I followed that steps but do not work. Remains the same error:
The variable ANSYSLI=1 is gone, but SpaceClaim don't work.
@WendsonFreire Please exit all ANSYS applications. Now delete these directories.
Try running again.
I still can't open Spaceclaim @mmadore
Anything else I can try?
@WendsonFreire The next step is to uninstall ANSYS entirely.
Run C:\Program Files\ANSYS Inc\ANSYS Student\v202\uninstall.exe
Delete the C:\Program Files\Ansys Inc directory
Delete %LOCALAPPDATA%\SpaceClaim, %APPDATA%\SpaceClaim, %APPDATA%\Ansys, %TEMP%\.ansys
Reinstall ANSYS Student 2020R2
Ensure environment variable ANSYSLI_ELASTIC isn't set.
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