I'm running the latest Quartus Prime web edition with the latest modelsim, I just downloaded them yesterday. I just made a simple project following the Altera introductory training and I've fixed a bunch of errors by reading the forums but I'm stuck here. When I try to simulate my test bench in modelsim I get this error:Instantiation of 'altera_pll' failed. The design unit was not found. Now I did learn to manually add the libraries in model sim and that fixed a few errors like that but I am still stuck with this one. Here's the library search path: # Searched libraries:# C:/intelFPGA_lite/16.1/modelsim_ase/altera/vhdl/cyclonev# C:/intelFPGA_lite/16.1/modelsim_ase/altera/verilog/cyclonev# C:/intelFPGA_lite/16.1/modelsim_ase/altera/vhdl/220model# C:/intelFPGA_lite/16.1/modelsim_ase/altera/verilog/220model# C:/intelFPGA_lite/16.1/modelsim_ase/altera/vhdl/altera# C:/intelFPGA_lite/16.1/modelsim_ase/altera/verilog/altera_mf# C:/intelFPGA_lite/16.1/modelsim_ase/altera/verilog/cyclonev_hssi# C:/Users/xxxx/Documents/fpga/simulation/modelsim/rtl_work I thought from reading the forums that the altera_pll should be in altera_mf, but that didn't work. This was the vsim line that threw the error, it's run when I select my test bench in the simulate window and hit ok: vsim -L cyclonev -L cyclonev_ver -L lpm -L lpm_ver -L altera -L altera_mf_ver -L cyclonev_hssi_ver work.my_first_fpga_test This is also a cycloneV design. Any ideas on how to fix this? Thank you.
Are you sure you're adding the libraries correctly?Refer to this post: http://www.alteraforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=54455. This details how to add each of the libraries you need to a ModelSim simulation. Cheers, Alex