SOLIDWORKS Crash Support Guides

Article by John Lee, CSWE updated October 19, 2018


SOLIDWORKS crashing a lot?  We feel your pain!

Over the years, we have seen many things that cause SOLIDWORKS to crash repeatedly.  In an effort to get some useful tips out there, we present the following set of guides.  These SOLIDWORKS Crash Support Guides are not all-inclusive, as there is always more to learn.

  • Part 1 lists some easy steps that we often overlook but can make all the difference.
  • Part 2 goes a bit more in-depth, focusing on graphics cards and unleashing the power of SOLIDWORKS Rx.
  • Part 3 deals with root causes that lie beyond SOLIDWORKS itself, such as in the Windows environment and the hard drive.

Happy reading, and may your crashing issues soon be resolved!

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John Lee, CSWE

John Lee is inherently lazy in that he prefers to work smarter - not harder. A CSWE with fifteen years of experience using SOLIDWORKS and a background in mechanical design, John has used SOLIDWORKS in various industries requiring design for injection molding, sheet metal, weldments and structural steel.