Message Edited by Dennis Knutson on 08-03-2006 09:24 AM
I can't look at your VI since I only have 7.1 but most insane errors are the result of some corruption on the block diagram. One of the more recent posts on the subject is at http://forums.ni.com/ni/board/message?board.id=170&message.id=186132&query.id=0#M186132. If the VI is not too large, simply re-creating it from scratch may be best solution. Carefule about copy and pasting from the bad VI to a new one.
If you're able to save the VI as 7.1, I can try to look at it.
Resurrecting a thread that is nearly eight years old must me some sort of record.
Besides, isn't that a little backwards? Why would you want to buy hardware to run some software? Sounds like an extremely expensive solution to me. Besides, it's a reasonable assumption that the software won't even work on a contemporary computer.
It's just a 7.1 VI that will load in any current version of LabVIEW.
What interface does the instrument have - GPIB, RS232? If GPIB, any of the controllers from NI will work.
I thought it was a third party driver. Usually they "cheat" and make the LabVIEW driver a wrapper for their dll.