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Old 05-16-2014, 05:00 AM
g_eashwar g_eashwar is offline
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Question unable to add simulation model to the symbol

i have been trying to create memristor model in pspice using this video

after doing 2 steps ,i must get an option as shown "associate pspice model" for memristor

fig : original

but i am not getting the options as desired

fig: my version

help please
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