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Old   June 4, 2013, 08:05
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Hi everyone
I have some problem on running ansys fluent13.
I've got intel core i7 and now i'm running it with just 4 parallel processes because when i choose processing option on fluent launcher for 7 parallel processes, it give me the massage as i've attached below.
can anyone please tell me how can i run it with 7 parallel processes.

sorry for my bad english.

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Maybe your license does not have 7 parallel processes but just 4?
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Maybe your license does not have 7 parallel processes but just 4?
yes, i've just saw it in the message, it said
"ANSYS LICENSE MANAGER ERROR:Not enough FLUENT_PARALLEL licenses 7/4"

how can i get get 7 parallel processes license?????
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Normally, you should just buy it.
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The parallel processing option is used when you are running fluent on high performance cluster PC , which you are not!, you have to select the serial option and run fluent if you are using client pc.
if you want to make sure that your fluent utilizes all your processors, then go to task manager , switch to processes, locate fluent process, right click and set priority to high, set affinity to all processors. . . .you are good to go
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