Do you mean like on this image?In the Control Center, check the paths to the symbol and lib folders.
Obviously, LTspice can't find it where it thinks it is.
The file I am trying to use, is one of the files in the example folder: C:\Program Files\LTC\LTspiceXVII\examples\Educational\Pierce.ascPost the .asc file you have initially loaded into LTSpice.
This means, either the files are missing or misplaced. Look into the 'sym' directory to verify whether the files are there.FriedMule said:But even without trying to load that file, I can't use the three component types in a new file.
Yes it's wary strange, I'll uninstall it all and try again!It is very strange that Pierce.asc can not find cap.asy, voltage.asy and diode.asy, even though the files exist in the sym directory.
Do these symbols appear in the Select Component Symbol dialogue box? If you try to place one of these components on a schematic, can LTspice find the correct files?
I think as a first step you should uninstall LTspice and do a fresh reinstall.
Hi and yes, sorry, I have tried to start all over and right after installation, I did select new and did place components, the only one who didn't appear was the three types in that error, but it do not write any error unless I load a schematic.Did you try what was suggested before, start a new schematic, then select and place those symbols?
Thanks for the links. I did find out that this was the mirror I used, so... strange!Is there any reason you are not apparently using the manufacturer's website (you mention mirrors)? I recommend you download the correct files for a fresh install from LTspice | Design Center | Analog Devices
If this doesn't work, and if no one here comes up with a solution, go to the LTspice users' group. It is in the process of being moved from Yahoo to [email protected] | Home, as Yahoo is closing down all groups later this year.