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About Resolving Failures in Regeneration
There are several reasons why model regeneration can fail, including:
Bad geometry in one or more features.
A component or feature is missing from the model; that is, Creo Parametric cannot find it in the working directory. For assemblies, component part files may have been stored in a different directory than that in which the assembly file resides.
When model regeneration fails, all subsequent features (features to be regenerated after the failed feature) remain unregenerated. The current model shows only the regenerated features in the Graphics window (the failed feature and all subsequent features are not displayed).