I mean the "flow though" options, but not the other. My multisim is off by default in those options.Originally posted by khanh@Feb 18 2006, 07:19 PM
Not sure where your error is ? but is your circuit still able to be simulated by click on run/stop simulation button??
I notice that one I click and check all the options in the ERC button, it produces the exact errors like you have but my circuit is still running ? probly you should uncheck all this options.
I never counter this error before. so why you don't post your circuit in multisim 8 extension (ms8), it may be the software that makes it failing in running. I can try and see if it happens to my system or not. better to have a full circuit around to try than having guesses and fail.Originally posted by garyp@Feb 18 2006, 07:30 PM
the simulation runs at first then i get the error stating that some components are not connected.
Originally posted by khanh@Feb 21 2006, 05:08 AM
Gary, your circuit you sent me runs very smooth with no error??????????????
I wonder you've configure your multisim wrong but not sure where it is.Maybe you need to reinstall it to restore to default operation.
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