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Failed model regeneration in assembly

thill-2
1-Newbie

Failed model regeneration in assembly

I have designed several parts to be put into an assembly. My assembly came together perfectly, then for some reason when I went to re-open the file at a later time, all but 1 of my parts would not regenerate. When I look in the feature information, this is what I am presented with.

COMPONENT #5 (BOTTOM1) failed regeneration. 
Feature geometry is not up-to-date. 
Reasons for failure: 
Component model is missing. 

I am sure that the model is in the correct location.

One thing I did shortly before this all happened was add a parameter "ID-string-(x)" to each individual part.

I can't even open the part file. I just get the message "(part name) could not be retrieved"

Does any one have any ideas about how to resolve this problem?


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Thank you for the response, but I have resolved the problem. For some reason my local storage (U:) drive had become disconnected. All I had to do was restart my computer and the problem solved itself.

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MartinHanak
23-Emerald V
(To:thill-2)

Hi,

part mentioned in message "(part name) could not be retrieved":

  • can be corrupted -OR-
  • has been saved in newer software version

You can check software version if you open part file in Wordpad - see picture.

version.png

MH


Martin Hanák

Thank you for the response, but I have resolved the problem. For some reason my local storage (U:) drive had become disconnected. All I had to do was restart my computer and the problem solved itself.

Mahesh_Sharma
22-Sapphire I
(To:thill-2)

Trevor,

You may mark your reply to post as correct answer.

gkoch
1-Newbie
(To:thill-2)

Don't bother! I'll mark it as Correct Answer, to signal to users that this issue has been resolved (i.e no need to help, source of information)

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