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Old   January 22, 2013, 15:58
Exclamation Error "FLUENT has recieved fatal error"
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Hello everyone,

Please help me out here!
I have recieved an error message when I tried to open up my SETUP again after successfully completing my whole project. Once it I had the SETUP opened up, an error message stating "Fluent has recieved fatal error" popped out.

When I close that error message and refer to the SETUP's message box, it displays:
Setting Post Processing and Surfaces information ...
Error: lvectorlength: wta(1)
Error Object: ()

When I refer to the Workbench's message box, it displays:
An error occured in FLUENT when applying cx state information.
The cortex and surfaces could not be updated

All these only happen after I complete my project. Along the way before my project was completed, I am still able to open SETUP successfully.
If there is anyone out there that has experienced this before, could you kindly guide me through this?

Thank you so much!
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