I’m having a problem with Sketchup not being able to work on a file for more than 10 minutes and it closes unexpectedly and the splat bug box doesn’t always appear or auto save.
I don’t know what else to do, because I’ve already configured the graphics card, I’ve updated all the drivers, I even uninstalled and reinstalled again “run as administrator”
I already did the Checkup to see if something is not compatible
Success: System RAM requirement has been met!
Success: Operating system version requirement has been met!
Success: Graphics card OpenGL requirement has been met!
Success: Graphics card RAM requirement has been met!
Success: Graphics card Hardware Acceleration requirement has been met!
Success: Graphics card capability tests have passed.
Congratulations, your computer has met all the minimum requirements to run SketchUp 2022.]
And this is happening for a variety of reasons,
usually it’s during the autosave the screen freezes and it simply closes and I lose all my work because it doesn’t always autosave or simply when I go to save the same thing happens, or when I orbit it freezes the screen and closes, with paste in place it freezes and close, push pull or move.
I thought it was the file because it was too big but it’s happening with other files too.
Windows 10 Pro
CPU Intel Core i7-7700HQ
GPU - Intel HD Graphics 630 and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
Faces and edges go nowhere when you put them inside groups and components. SketchUp still has to process them. You see their count if you check the “Show nested components” box in the Window menu>Model Info>Statistics dialog. Your file is enormous.
Massive file - not in itself an issue, but I’m 100% certain there is some optimisation you can do to help that.
However if the file is 524meg, then autosave is having to create a large file every 10 minutes which will take some time (not responding is usually when sketchup is "saving)
if you are saving to a a cloud folder, then the cloud service may actually lock out the file - if the file gets locked AS SketchUp tries to save, or worse, mid way through the save, then this may cause things to crash or worse, become corrupted.
This often happens with antivirus software too, which will lock a file as it is being scanned.
Try optimising the model : purge out spare components, repair split edges
Try saving to a folder that is not syncing with a cloud service: if you need to save to the cloud you could always use your free trimble connect storage.