2005 SP1 EV Usability

Discussion in 'SolidWorks' started by Bo, Jan 10, 2005.

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    Bo Guest

    From the lack of comments in the last 3 weeks, I surmise 2005 SP1 EV
    must not have any objectionable bugs left for the typical solids work
    people do routinely.

    Is this a correct assumption?
    Thanks - Bo <use my short name @ my domain>
     
    Bo, Jan 10, 2005
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    P. Guest

    Still on 2004 and also interested.
     
    P., Jan 10, 2005
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    Rock Guy Guest

    It's been working fine for me. SP 0.1 was also working fine for me.
     
    Rock Guy, Jan 10, 2005
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    Seth Renigar Guest

    Me too... Soon as I feel that it is stable and most of the bigger bugs are
    gone, I will be moving up. Anxiously awaiting!!!
     
    Seth Renigar, Jan 10, 2005
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    pete Guest

    I have only been using 2005 sp0.1 for a week, but so far the only problem
    that I am having, is total system lockup.
    This happens to my home network too and only when using 2005 sp0.1.
    2005 sp0.0, bypassed to sp0.1.
    2004 sp4.2 works fine.
    It seems that accessing the servers, causes the lockups.
    I keep my templates on the server, maybe this is the reason.
    If I edit a template, I can work on it for sometimes an hour, but when I try
    to save it, bang, nothing, the workstations locks up and the processor is at
    100%, the only way out of it, is to restart the work station.
    Even after an hour! coffee break, lol :)
    But the funny thing is, it has saved the template !!!
    The thing I have noticed, is that, I can't rebuild the template, whilst
    working on it.??
    But if I save the template to the work station, and then edit it, no
    problems.
    Now before I blame SW, the work stations have windoooze xpeee sp2
    The servers have windoooze xpeee sp1a
    Yes is the answer, I will upgrade the servers to sp2 and see what happens.

    List of bugs, (oopps, enhancement requests) that I have found so far:-

    No do-it button
    No mind reading capabilities
    No coffee making, add-in option
    No dating agency, add-in option

    Also SW hates me and always crashes when I try to show the big boss how good
    it is, (I am), .....(is that two bugs??) lol
     
    pete, Jan 10, 2005
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    CS Guest

    Have any of you had problems with upgrading since they dropped support of
    Windows 98 and NT and millenium with the release of 2005, we can't upgrade
    until our IT updates the company from NT4 so we are sitting on our thumbs
    until then with 2004.

    Corey
     
    CS, Jan 10, 2005
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    cadman800 Guest

    Using it for 2 weeks much more stable able to work with large assy again
    crashs once a week vs 3-4 times a day. I have to work again I'm think of
    rolling back so I can have a excuse for the boss
     
    cadman800, Jan 10, 2005
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    Bo Guest

    There seems to be 2005 SP0.1 and then 2005 SP1.0 EV.

    I am assuming SP1.0 EV is further along in bug fixes, but I am not sure
    if we are getting SP "0.1" and "1.0" mixed up.
    It could easily be that I am all mixed up.

    Bo
     
    Bo, Jan 10, 2005
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    Eric Guest

    I was assuming that since SP1 hasn't moved from EV to released in over
    3 weeks that there must be serious problems with it. All of the half
    dozen or so problems I reported with sp0 weren't assigned SPRs, I was
    just told they would be fixed in SP1. Now it's been 3 months since sp0
    was released and still no sp1. Hopefully soon...

    Eric
     
    Eric, Jan 11, 2005
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    Jeff N Guest

    I'm sure that the holidays, wintry Boston weather (takes time for your brain
    to thaw after arriving to work) and SolidWorks World has an impact as well.
     
    Jeff N, Jan 18, 2005
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