August 1, 2018 at 2:51 amRezaAlaviSubscriber
I am a very recent user of Ansys AIM R17, and I just have been trying to run a very simple model on my laptop. The model was cube (10x10x2.5 mm3) with 6 holes in it. I have not been able to go anywhere further than meshing step, and I feel like the software freezes. My laptop is a Lenovo P50 with a i7-6700HQ CPU @ 2.6 GHz processor and a 8 GB RAM. I was wondering if what I experience is normal, or there is something else being wrong here. I would appreciate your help!
August 1, 2018 at 5:09 pmDivya Shree SurendranAnsys Employee
Could you please try a simpler model and see if you still have the freeze problem?
If you still see the issue, please check your graphics card and driver version. Here is a list of tested Graphics cards (latest)
Please make sure that you have the latest driver for your graphics card.
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