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I need some help, where I can find the driver for NI 9403 series C?

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What chassis are you putting that module in?  If a cDAQ, then you use DAQmx.  If using a cRIO, then you need to use LabVIEW RT and/or LabVIEW FPGA with the cRIO drivers.


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It's a chasis cDAQ 9178 Im using DAQmx, but accidentaly I removed the driver, now I can't find it, ?do I need to reinstall DAQmx?

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That would be my first step.


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Hello jmarti79,

 

If you uninstalled DAQmx you will need to reinstall it in order to see your chassis and module under NI MAX.

 

You can download DAQmx through ni.com/downloads. Select the appropiate DAQmx version according to your LabVIEW or IDE version.

 

Let us know if this helps!


Fernando Becerra | Field Applications Engineer | National Instruments | CLA | CTD
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