Where can I get a functional PSPice?

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I tried a special edition that came with an electronics book and it had lots of problems. Then I downloaded a 9.1 student version that I found online but when I try to open a new sim profile it doesn't allow me to put any name I want or import. And the Capture Student version that I have doesnt have any option to run a simulation (I've looked everywhere).

I am a bit new to simulations so it's possible that i'm doing something wrong, but in case I am not could anyone give me a page that has a PSPice version that you KNOW works just fine?
 

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uart
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There may be something wrong with how you're trying to use the ones you've already listed, as they should have worked ok.

Anyway, if you want to try another option then give this one a go. LTspice: http://www.linear.com/designtools/software/
 
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hey, is the software pointed to by the link free? as in gratis? zero dollars? is it freeware? or is it going to stop working soon enough?
 
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uart
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I'm pretty sure it's freeware gsal. :smile:
 

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