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[SOLVED] Crocodile Simulation Problem

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senorjack

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Forgive my ignorance but I have studied this Crocodile Simulation Software and I can't seem to get any of my circuits to SIMULATE.
Why are there NO VCC or VSS on the IC chips ??? (i.e. 4011, 4017, etc)

I am attaching a simple 10 LED "Chaser" circuit and when I close the switch, I get voltages but the LED's do NOT light up at all, let alone "Chase".

Is there some "Trick" to these chips or this Software?
I did all the Tutorials and been racking my brain for 3 days now and I am very frustrated.

Is there a better software out there to simulate my circuits?

I could sure use some help from someone to explain to me HOW I can get these chips to function without any VCC or VSS pin connections?



 

john blue

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No vcc and vss connection to IC as it is hidden and the voltage is known and provided by the sotware. You can try multisim

---------- Post added at 16:22 ---------- Previous post was at 16:22 ----------

By the way, is your NE555 giving pulse?
 

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