You can't put initial conditions on a node unless there's a capacitive path to ground, as the message says. However, you said that the transient stops because of this error. First it's a warning, and second the transient continues - so I don't quite understand what your problem is...
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
The transient analysis is not right. if the analysis was working right then the percentage of progress wouldnot be 2%, it would vary.
can you please explain more about the capacitive path to ground?
In reply to Mohana:
In Simulation->Options->Analog set "iccapcheck" to "no". Or add this:
myoptions options iccapcheck=no
To your netlist.
I tried the option mentioned by you but it didnt work.
and also i am unable to view the link that u sent me. Is there any other way that i can access that link?
I just checked it with an example that I used, and it allowed me to set an ic on a purely resistive node, and it worked. That said, I'm a bit suspicious if the node you are setting doesn't have a capacitive path to ground, I'd be surprised if it was really going to have an influence on the initial conditions of the oscillator.
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You may have to contact customer support - either directly, or via your support channel if you're at a University - with details on what isn't working and with a testcase that shows the problem. Perhaps there's something wrong with the parasitic extraction?
Or you need to apply your initial conditions to a different node - hard to tell without seeing the data.