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Error "You do not appear to have any language database files installed." in Simulation Mechanical Fatigue Wizard.

A - answer When attempting to start a fatigue analysis (Fatigue Wizard), your Autodesk Simulation Mechanical 2015 reports the error "You do not appear to have any language database files installed.", or the analysis results are incorrect.

This is caused by setting a comma (",") as decimal separator in Windows regional settings. Apply Service Pack 1 (or higher) for Simulation Mechanical 2015 - see

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applies to: Simulation/CFD 2015 ·

See also:
Tip 6922:Product codes (registry) of Autodesk CAD applications.

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