You are missing one of our default paths there, is should be the first one on top.
Please add it and let me know if this work for you.
The path was there but was located towards the bottom of the list. I moved it to the top but it did not help. The toolbars still will not work and do not show any thing other than what I posted earlier. I did get a fatal error when I tried to select anything on the Assemblies - Metric or Assemblies Imperial. I have included an image of the fatal error for you to look at. I have tried to select other portions of those two tabs and each will give me a new error code. Any ideas?
I have talked to my boss and it looks like I will be doing the unistall and reinstall soon. I have a lot of parts that I created for my pressure pipe library that I need to copy out before I do so. I did post a fatal error message to Tatiana. Any ideas on what is happening there? Thanks.
Try to reset your user setting before doing a clean install, here is the link for this procedures just in case:
Resetting user setting:
Clean install of C3D:
...Any ideas on what is happening there? Thanks.
It could be caused by several different things. Without sitting at your system, I wouldn't be able to tell you why it's happening.
I have done it myself many times: You're so intent on knowing why you have an error that you spend hours on it over several days. A reset of the software is often the most expedient way to get you back to work.
Tatiana is right, you should try resetting the user first. That takes seconds. If that doesn't fix it, try a repair install, that takes a minute or two. Doesn't work? Do the clean uninstall, re-install. That can take an hour, depending on your setup source and status of your realtime virus scanning.
Well I went through all the steps outlined by you and it took a clean install to get everything working. So far everything looks to be running like it should and I am able to build assemblies. Now to get my personal settings set up and I am off and running.
You were right about spending hours and days trying to figure out a problem. To be honest when I first discovered this I spent a little time on it before I posted here. This one was way above my head. See, this old dog can learn a new trick or two.
I want to thank both of you for your help in resolving this issue. It is much appreciated and I could not have done it without your help.
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