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Migration from Windows to Enterprise PDM Part 3: Legacy Revision Workflow

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Part 1 – Part 2 – Part 3 Many companies have several projects stored in their Windows file system prior to an Enterprise Product Data Manager (EPDM) implementation. While it is ideal to leave older projects within the old filing system, it is sometimes important to integrate them into the new PDM system for future use. This is the final entry of a three part blog series entitled Migration from Windows to Enterprise PDM. It is recommended that you implement […]

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Migration from Windows to Enterprise PDM Part 2: Fix Those References

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Part 1 – Part 2 – Part 3 Many companies have several projects stored in their Windows file system prior to an Enterprise Product Data Manager (EPDM) implementation. While it is ideal to leave older projects within the old filing system, it is sometimes important to integrate them into the new PDM system for future use. This is the second of a three part blog series entitled Migration from Windows to Enterprise PDM. It is recommended that you implement in a […]

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Migration from Windows to Enterprise PDM – Part 1: High Performance Migration

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Part 1 – Part 2 – Part 3 Many companies have several projects stored in their Windows file system prior to an Enterprise Product Data Manager (EPDM) implementation. While it is ideal to leave older projects within the old filing system, it is sometimes important to integrate them into the new PDM system for future use. This is the first of a three part blog series entitled Migration from Windows to Enterprise PDM. It is recommended that you implement in a test vault prior […]

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SOLIDWORKS crash or system slow down

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If you are a win7 user then this applies to you.  It doesn't matter if you clean your system regularly, uninstall solidworks and start with a clean slate.  Over time your computer will start to run out of memory regardless of all those things.  This can happen quicker if you uninstall and reinstall programs often.  There is a folder (C:\windows\winsxs) in the windows structure that keeps track of all the programs that were installed and nothing gets deleted from it.  I […]

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