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Problem with Electric and LTSpice


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I am completely new to this and am confused about a lot of things the way my professor wants us to set-up the stuff.
Anyways, following the steps to the best of my ability, I ended up at this point here:
I did a DRC run and there were no errors with my schematic.
The problem lies within the block of spice code, which my professor wants us to copy exactly as.
My professor wants us to include his version of model "MOS_model.txt" and then go to Tools -> Simulation(Spice) -> Write Spice Deck....
result of this is this:
I have no idea why it is doing this and I cannot proceed unless this is solved.
Please help! Also let me know any there is anything that's unclear... I will do my best to explain.
I am using electric-9.07 and LTspiceIV
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LTspice is looking for a file called MOS_model.txt.
Do you have such a file in the C: directory?


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I just found out that I named the file as "MOS_model.txt" and when it is actually read, it is read as "MOS_model.txt.txt". I removed the extra .txt from the name as it's "MOS_model" with the .txt extension. Works fine now
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