Becuase I am new to this. How to do this the right way? That is why I post. Not due to my being a person
who is a know it all type. How would you show a student the right way? Thanks for the post thou, I do not
get mad at anything. I need all the help I can get.
I wouldn't show a student the right way. Believe it or not, that wouldn't be helping them at all in the long run. It may help them pass the assignment but it wouldn't help them with the exam or when they get a job and have to do it for real. I'd help the student by giving hints about what they're doing wrong and let them figure it out.
I've never heard of ProtoLab so I can't help you with the specifics. If you can't find the model for the transistors you used, I suggest you create your own from the parameters given on the datasheets.
You need to label the schematic properly. Give each component an indent, i.e. C1, C2, Tr1, Tr2, R1, R2 etc. That way people helping you can refer to the components on your schematic. You could flip some of the components to make it easier to read and save the schematic as a .PNG or .GIF file. JPG is designed for photographs and is a lossy format so gets fuzzy after a few saves.
Going back to the schematic. On the right you have a 2A constant current source (call it I1), connected in parallel with the 36V power supply (V1), with the ammeter connected in series (M1) and reads 1.62A.
Can you figure out the current actually drawn by your circuit?
Try removing I1 and noting the the reading on M1.