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Old   January 19, 2005, 01:20
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Thanks if anyone can help me I run fluent6.122 on a PC with PCI-x video card which chip is Radeon X600 pro(ATI). When I try to display graphies, it turns the following error Error: Floating point error: divide by zero Error Object: () Graphics Device Information Driver WOGL v2.25 Window Size Color Planes 24 Double Buffer swap Z Buffer Planes 0 Gouraud Shading yes Hardware Lights 1 Cutting Planes 0 I test on the other PC (AGP card MMX440) than the display functions are doing well. Thanks for any suggestions!

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Old   February 2, 2005, 02:53
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The error is due to an incompatible video card driver. For W2000 or XP, please try the following: 1) Download the latest version of the driver from internet(http://www.ati.com under "drivers & soft-ware") 2) If this does not help, activate the windows driver by starting fluent like this: fluent 2d (or 3d) -driver msw. If this solves the problem you can set this driver as default for Fluent via environment variable:* Control Panel, System, Advanced, Environment Variables * Under User or System Variable, click "New" * In the variable text box type: HOOPS_PICTURE * In the value text box type: msw/win * Click OK
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