Roy I am also experiencing Ghosting on Inventor 2014 with the nVidia Quadro K4000. Newest drivers and Certified drivers did not help. What makes things worse is that I am dealing with parts and assemblies no where NEAR 500-1000 parts. The most common one I see is when I zoom or rotate, a portion (sometimes all) of the part will disappear. The only way to have it return to normal state is by suppressing the part and then unsupressing it. This is a one month old HP workstation (HPZ620 with Windows 7-64 Bit) as well! I will be following this thread to see if a solution arises. Good luck!
Does it improve if you use Compatibility mode from Tools, App Options, Hardware tab ?
Which mode are you currently using ?
I have to use Compatibility mode now, this works okey, but then all the "eye candy" is gone. When using Compatibility mode all the features like lights and shadows are gone. For information I dont have shadows & advanced lightning activated when i working normaly, its mainly when we have clients and meetings to give them a better 3d experience.(i know about showcase, but sometime we have to insert parts) All this worked fine in inventor 2013.
Compatibility Mode still does not help. I feel the problem arises when I am working with parts that have a large number of Feature Patterns (ie a Pallet Rack Post with many different holes and notches). Typically I could have anywhere from 2-3 different holes at 48 instances each on one post!
Are you able to share that dataset with us ?
Also see Graphics Issues in Inventor 2014
Compatibility Mode still does not help. I feel the problem arises when I am working with parts that have a large number of Feature Patterns (ie a Pallet Rack Post with many different holes and notches). Typically I could have anywhere from 2-3 different holes at 48 instances each on one post! quote from GSE_Dan_A
Sadly I have the same issue as GSE_Dan_A when there are used feature patterns.
Can you send me an example of the part that exhibits the problem, please ? Also please include the output from the Diagnostics command, on Tools, App Options, Hardware tab. Cut'n'paste the info to a text file & email to me.
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