Symbol $MKRMISSING used but not found in libraries

How to Fix Proteus Error

Symbol “$MKRMISSING” used but not found in libraries – Proteus is a PCB Design & Simulation that combines ease of use with a powerful feature set to enable the rapid design, testing and layout of professional printed circuit boards.

Did you install Proteus software and get the error “Symbol “$MKRMISSING” used but not found in libraries” or “Symbol “$MKRORIGIN” used but not found in libraries” when creating a new project?

Proteus is the best choice for many electronics users to simulate microcontroller projects. It’s easy to GUI and supports a very large library of components.

Symbol $MKRMISSING used but not found in libraries

However, some of the problems that are often encountered during the installation process are the Symbol MKRMISSING error.

With some testing and searching for these errors, here I will tell you how to solve them.

Before we go on, here I used Proteus 8.10 Version. Maybe this can be applied to previous or later versions.

To fix this Error, follow this steps:

  • Right-click on the Proteus Icon/Shortcut
  • Click Properties
  • Click the Compatibility menu
  • In the Compatibility mode section, check the “Run this program in compatibility mode for” checklist
  • Select Windows XP (Service Pack 3)
  • Click Apply
Symbol $MKRMISSING used but not found in libraries

Then please reopen the Proteus Software, then create a new project. You will not see the error.

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