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Old   June 25, 2014, 09:42
Default Error:Unable to write files in v140
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When I open the file which I saved just a moment ago,Ansys workbench says this error,as the picture below:

Unable to write files in C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\Ansys\v140\

After I click OK,another error follows:Could not create file.

Once I wonder that there maybe a problem when ansys was installed.But I installed again in my PC ,the same error appeared again!

Now,when I creat a new file,the same error appeared too!

Who can help me to solve it?Thanks!
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