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Old   July 29, 2009, 06:50
Question Problems with analysis starting
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Hello all, Im new Star-CD user and I have some problem with starting of analysis. If I try to run model analysis interactively, all checks are OK, but analysis does not start, in pro-Star output window there is: FILE MODEL1.DRP CANNOT BE CLOSED OR NOT OPEN and FILE MODEL1.PST CANNOT BE CLOSED OR NOT OPEN. Please, do someone of you know where is the mistake? Thank you wery much.
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Old   July 29, 2009, 09:04
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Well the Output window is a good place to look for errors. If you scroll up all the way till the point where you started saving the file you may be able to track down what the problem is.
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