Geopak Drainage Network Calculation Error

Hello guys:

I am having issues when trying to analyze networks in Geopak Drainage.  I get the following error when I try to analyze networks: Error Computing Hydraulics for Network (network Name), followed by: 

Errors Preclude Computations
Errors Preclude Computations
Error Computing Inlets Calculations for Network
Error in Inlet By Pass Designations - Loop Detected
Inlet Tñ( - Error Performing Inlet Computations
Drainage Area Tñ( Not Found

Any Ideas on what Tñ is? I do not have any nodes or areas named Tñ in my networks. When I check on my navigator, the Inlet tab is populated by a number of Tñs, see attached image. Any ideas on what's causing this issue and how it could be solved? I never had this problem with SS2. I am currently running SS4  Version (01.00.00), Microstation V8i (SELECTseries 3) Version 08.11.07.714, and Geopak V8i (SELECTseries 4) Version 08.11.09.845.

Thanks!

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  • Try this:  If you're running the FDOTSS4 workspace, close FDOTSS4 and go to the FDOTSS4 folder on your desktop. Run "Workspace Doctor" with all of the options enabled.

    Restart FDOTSS4 and see if that resolves the issue.

    If that did not work, close FDOTSS4 and navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Bentley\PowerGEOPAK V8i (SELECTSeries 4)\PowerGEOPAK\Civil\bin (if you're running Microstation/GEOPAK, the path is similar but I believe it's GEOPAK\BIN)

    Locate GEOPAKCOM.EXE, right click on it and select "Run As Administrator..."

    If you get no errors, restart FDOTSS4 and see if the issue is resolved.  If you get any errors when running GEOPAKCOM.EXE, let me know and we'll further troubleshoot.  If the problem otherwise persists, I'll log a ticket and see if we can get our current drainage expert on it.

    Matt Sexton
    CADD Applications Support Coordinator
    Florida Department of Transportation
    Engineering/CADD Systems Office
    850-414-4840
    matt.sexton@dot.state.fl.us

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  • Try this:  If you're running the FDOTSS4 workspace, close FDOTSS4 and go to the FDOTSS4 folder on your desktop. Run "Workspace Doctor" with all of the options enabled.

    Restart FDOTSS4 and see if that resolves the issue.

    If that did not work, close FDOTSS4 and navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Bentley\PowerGEOPAK V8i (SELECTSeries 4)\PowerGEOPAK\Civil\bin (if you're running Microstation/GEOPAK, the path is similar but I believe it's GEOPAK\BIN)

    Locate GEOPAKCOM.EXE, right click on it and select "Run As Administrator..."

    If you get no errors, restart FDOTSS4 and see if the issue is resolved.  If you get any errors when running GEOPAKCOM.EXE, let me know and we'll further troubleshoot.  If the problem otherwise persists, I'll log a ticket and see if we can get our current drainage expert on it.

    Matt Sexton
    CADD Applications Support Coordinator
    Florida Department of Transportation
    Engineering/CADD Systems Office
    850-414-4840
    matt.sexton@dot.state.fl.us

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