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Disable known OS and Component errors

Hi,

Can someone let me know how I can disable known OS and Component errors, so I don't see these errors at runtime?

Regards,

Don1.

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I don't understand what you are attempting, could you be a little more descriptive of what you mean by OS and Component errors? Give us a little more detail and we should be able to help.
Putnam
Certified LabVIEW Developer

Senior Test Engineer North Shore Technology, Inc.
Currently using LV 2012-LabVIEW 2018, RT8.5


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Hi,

I get the following error when I run the Simple OI on my test machine.

 

Warning:
     Your system contains the Microsoft Tablet PC Platform Component, skchui.dll
     (version 1.0.1038).  Microsoft has reported that this version of the component
     is known to cause GDI memory leaks in applications that host the Microsoft
     Internet Explorer control. Please refer to the TestStand readme file for more
     information.

   You can disable the above Operating System and Component warning(s) by disabling the
   'Report Known OS and Component Problems' checkbox in the Debug Options dialog box

 

I can't find where this diable checkbox is??

Regards,

Don1.

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Don1,

 This sounds like more of a TestStand problem. Try opening up the TestStand Sequence Editor and selecting Configure>>Station Options>> Preferences>>Debug Options. This might be different then yours as I am using TestStand 4.0.f1.

Now Using LabVIEW 2019SP1 and TestStand 2019
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You should have said you were using TestStand or asked the question in that board.

 

Go to Configure>Station Options and click the Preferences tab. The debug options is a button near the bottom. You could also remove the Microsoft component.

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Sorry guys,

I thought this was a Labview issue,

I will try to be more informative in future.

Regards,

Don1.

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