So, I highly recommend to use a clean save without mods or a new game instead of upgrading procedure.In this upgrading manual often meets step with save/load procedure.30 minutes) in an update from SW through DM to Mechanical. I will create a simple model and submit that bug to my local ANSYS support people who will verify it is reproducible then forward it on to ANSYS developers. I made a simple solid model with two Design Parameters and the Parameter Set solved without huge delays so I was unable to reproduce the problem on your files. I tried to unmark the distribute solution (picture below) in Mechanics which didn't work either. Hello, I used the imported CAD parameters from solidworks then set the design points in ansys. Best, Patrick I assume you are not on the Student license, but either a Commercial or a Research license since the Solidworks CAD interface is not provided in the Student license.I wonder is this a bug in 18.2 or is there something I should change in my system? After the geometry was successfully updated the process of mechanical of updating kept running without solving. Fortunately, I have the Solidworks CAD interface at work and am willing to test your files if you want.I tried clearing the regedit and reinstalling both 18.1 and 18.2 which didn't work.
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