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Author Topic: Error 5552, in the ISOTROPIC material file *.MIS  (Read 4621 times)

Ing.marco.soave

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Error 5552, in the ISOTROPIC material file *.MIS
« on: January 25, 2012, 10:34:32 AM »
A new version of Hypersizer has been installed by the administrator in my workplace. However the new version (6.1.80) doesn't work!

Message says: There was an error using Hypersizer.

" FILE NAME:                 C:\HyperSizer Data\Projects\Temp\New Project\TEMP\New Project.HDG                                                                                                                                                                                               
  CREATION DATE & TIME:      25-Jan-12  15:23:58
   
  - This program is confidential and a trade secret of Collier R&D Corp.
  - HyperSizer(TM) copyright 1996-2011 Collier R&D. All rights reserved.
  - Portions copyright 1996 NASA. All rights reserved.
   
  reading        *.INI 
  reading        *.CNT 
  reading        *.HFM 
  reading        *.HFA 
  reading        *.DIS 
  reading        *.SIZ 
  reading        *.HAN 
  reading        *.HGP 
  reading        *.HUT 
  reading        *.HBN 
  reading        *.M** 
  HyperSizer running optimized for the Pentium
   
 Error 5552, in the ISOTROPIC material file *.MIS"

Could you help me please? What is the problem? I can provide the licence file registration if it is necessary.

Thanks.

James

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Re: Error 5552, in the ISOTROPIC material file *.MIS
« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2012, 12:55:33 PM »
Are you running an international version of windows?

Try changing the settings for the English (United States) format. You have to set the decimal symbol to "." and the digit grouping symbol to ","

See attached image.

Let me know if this fixes the issue.
« Last Edit: January 25, 2012, 01:01:22 PM by James »

Ing.marco.soave

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Re: Error 5552, in the ISOTROPIC material file *.MIS
« Reply #2 on: January 26, 2012, 02:24:27 AM »
Thanks a lot  ;D

Now the software works fine!