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Journeyman III

Ryzen 7950X can not use abaqus

In the Windows 10 system, there is no independent graphics card. The 7950x will report an error when running abaqus2022. The error content is "GUI detected error while waiting for ipc connection to close.", "ABAQUS/standard rank 0 encoded a SEGMENTATION FAULT", or make the software run abnormally. For example, when using the buckling analysis step, it is stuck at the first successful position and cannot continue to calculate. But if you use Intel processors, you won't have this problem. 

For simple power display calculation, the same problem will occur, and errors will be reported during calculation. I saw that it should be caused by the lack of connection between modules during the analysis process. Do you have any good ideas.

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Adept III

It sounds like the issue you are experiencing is related to the lack of an independent graphics card in your Windows 10 system. This can cause errors when running certain software, such as Abaqus2022, and can result in the software running abnormally or getting stuck during analysis.

One potential solution would be to add an independent graphics card to your system. This would provide the necessary graphics processing power to run Abaqus2022 and other similar software without encountering errors.

Another option would be to try updating the drivers for your current graphics card. This may help to resolve any compatibility issues between the software and your system's graphics processing capabilities.

It's also possible that the issue may be related to a problem with the software itself. You could try reaching out to the developer of Abaqus2022 to see if they have any recommendations or solutions to the issue you are experiencing.

Overall, the best course of action would be to troubleshoot the issue systematically, starting with updating drivers and software, and then considering hardware upgrades if necessary.