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  • Re: cdn_sfl401as.dll was not found while launching Orcad V16.3
    There's a utility (part of the SPB installation), I recently blew away my older SPB installations but at least I know it's there in release  16.50  ....  that can be called upon to set up the command paths etc. --C:\Cadence\SPB_16.5\tools\ConfigUtility\installation_setup_utility.msiAfter running this (and asking for the ...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by LarryC on Thu, Feb 16 2012
  • Re: Just moved over
     I have a similar complaint ... Although the  orcad  forums site still works, a lot of the links take you over to the main Cadence site, which is not really helpful. Also, a lot of the forum topics (threads) on the Orcad forum have been polluted by mindless gobbledygook spam garbage. I think it would be helpful to see a couple ...
    Posted to Feedback, Suggestions, and Questions (Forum) by LarryC on Mon, Nov 28 2011
  • Re: OrCAD 16.2 Demo installation problems on Vista 32
    I guess I didn't post back after I got mine done.  I had finally done a safe-mode boot and I probably logged in as Administrator, and finally got the installation done successfully. You know, I've had this problem with a couple of different packages (from different vendors). Sometimes, certain software installers won't fully ...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by LarryC on Wed, Oct 7 2009
  • Re: OrCAD 16.2 Demo installation problems on Vista 32
    Same / similar problem, in WinXp Pro SP2 ... tried watching the setup.exe activity via Process Explorer & Process Monitor. Have tried running from Administrator, etc.  Network license setup (port@host) should be solid. Will have to trace this again (oh, joy).  Larry
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by LarryC on Tue, Jun 23 2009
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