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Old   December 18, 2007, 14:32
Default STAR-CCM+ and Windows 64-bit OS
Paul Kodzwa
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Does anyone have any experience running STAR-CCM+ and a Windows 64-bit OS? What kinds of "growing pains" have you experienced using this combination?

Any advice or information you could provide would be greatly appreciated.


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Old   December 19, 2007, 11:34
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Some crashes now and then, but otherwise quite good. No extreme pains I would say.

BR Kasper
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Old   February 2, 2008, 04:50
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Some crashes, it's true, but the greatest pain is the 3D visualization using the Nvidia Quadro cards: redraw problems, refresh problems, the interface hangs... Same thing under XP64 and Vista Business 64. I actually don't know if it is a driver problem, java problem, opengl problem or windows problem, but under CentOS Linux I experienced less crashes and no visualization issues, Linux is strongly reccomended when you're going to do some serious stuff.
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