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Old   December 7, 2009, 06:32
Default Problem with the Post Processor GUI ?
Faisal Durrani
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Hey guys, i ran through the first tutorial that comes with Phoenics and when im dont with all the setting up and run the solver it completes properly. But when i go to the post processor GUI to see my results i see the domain that i have created but i cant see any visualization of the velocities or temperature, the window kinda shows distorted graphics with a portion of the Phoenics Logo. I really need your help guys. I do have a NVIDIA 8500M graphics card which is powerful enough to handle the graphics like a piece of cake. But i dont know why the postprocessor GUI doesnt show the results properly... HELP PLZ !
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Old   December 15, 2009, 11:48
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I assume you use windows vista or windows 7. To solve this problem you have to:
1. right-click on "computer"
2. Choose properties
3. Advanced system properties
4. Click on Performance settings
5. Uncheck the box next to "Enable desktop composition"
6. Click OK
Hopefully solved.
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