I've only used Emulate a couple of times so I'll do my best: Emulate is always in Slot 0 and you cannot change it, you must install the processor in any other slot (as you already did). The reason that you can only add a V17 processor is because you have Emulate V17 installed.
If you want a V18 processor in Emulate, you must install V18 (at least as far as I know). Now as far as to why you cannot see it, I only have a guess: maybe it's possible that you can only see an emulate processor for the version of RSLogix5K that you have installed? So in order to see a V17 processor in Linx, you must have V17 of Logix5k installed. This is a total guess.
It's not the case for physical hardware, you just have to have the EDS to see hardware in Linx, but maybe it's different for emulate. God Of War 3 Ps2 Iso File. Do you only have V18 of Logix5k installed? Or do you have more than one version?
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Installing RSEmulate creates the virtual chassis. It is up to you to create the CPU in the appropriate slot. Slot #0 is used by RSLinx, but any other slot is usable. When you install RSEmulate it will provide you the ability to create controllers in that revision or earlier revisions as far back as v12. So if you install RSEmulate v18 then you would also get the ability to create an emulate processor for v 12,13,15,16,17 & 18.
Since you installed Emulate v17 but are using Logix v18 you either need to update RSEmulate to v18 or newer, or as dmroeder mentions, get your RSLogix DVD and add v17 to your RSLogix installation. Hi guys, Know my way around Rockwell a little but no expert.learning all the time:) Did fix problem.I do have version 15, and 17.problem is with the program I had they had installed a processor with revision 18 in it. If you select the processor in your hardware setup and try and change the revision it only gives you a choice of your already created revision version and up, no previous revisions.I had to create a new program with revision 17 then I had a choice of 17 or 18 when wanting to change it, which brings me to another question, if I want to back track an already installed processor say revision 18 to 17 how do I do it.the hardware processor in my project doesn't have its delete option highlighted when I try select it to blow it away.