Message from discussion Sub circuit in Ltspice.
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Subject: Re: Sub circuit in Ltspice.
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On Sun, 07 Oct 2012 18:56:37 -0400, Phil Hobbs
>Jim Thompson wrote:
>> On Mon, 08 Oct 2012 00:18:50 +0200, Gerhard Hoffmann <dk...@arcor.de>
>> >Am 07.10.2012 21:06, schrieb TheQuickBrownFox:
>> >> EVGA makes MODERN dual CPU motherboards. Supermicro is like =
>> >> is two year old technology the moment you buy it. With this, even =
>> >> than 2 years.
>> >I'm writing this in a hotel room in Delphi, Greece, on a 17 month old
>> >Dell Precision M6600 17" laptop. Nobody else had 6 GBit/s SATA, =
>> >16 or 32 GB RAM, Core I7 vpro and such a display at that time.
>> >I have replaced the iron disk first with a OCZ Vortex3 SSD and now =
>> >drives are 512 GB Samsung 830 SSDs. Plugged them in and they worked.
>> >Both the OCZ and the Samsungs give about 500 MBytes/s transfer rate
>> >in the laptop, about the same as a customer's CAD server monster =
>> >LT spice performance is somewhat better than twice that of the =
>> >I have not yet tried the two SSDs as a RAID-0.
>> >Plus, I'll be able to run CUDA code on the graphics card for
>> >software defined radio.
>> >So, please don't tell us that Dell is >2 years back.
>> >regards, Gerhard
>> What operating system, Win7 ?
>> How do you like it? I fear biting that bullet :-(
>Works well for me, except that I have a few DOS programs that I still
>use, which it won't run. (Freelance 4.0 is the biggest problem.) I
>have an XP virtual machine on my Supermicro box to handle that sort of
>Win7 also has an 'XP mode' feature, but it won't run on my standard
I am presuming you installed the VM subsystem as required.
It is starting to sound like it is time for VirtualBox w/ qemu or =
else is needed.