Article: Andy Collinson
Solving Simulation Errors
If you have designed a few circuits using the TINA program, it is quite likely that you've
encountered this error; Likely non-regular network
. You will not be able to run a simulation until
you can find the cause of the problem.
Here are a few tips:
Make sure that you have a valid input and output source selected.
Look around your schematic
for a stray piece of wire. It may be highlighted in red, and delete it.
Check that no two capacitors
are in series, if they are, then connect a high value resistor across one.
If you are using a current source try shunting it with a very high value resistance say 1T.