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What exactly is the error message and code you are receiving? Do you have the correct drivers installed for your hardware (e.g. the NI CompactRIO or R Series Multifunction RIO device drivers)?
Does opening example LabVIEW FPGA projects cause the same error? Is it just a certain VI or project that is throwing the error?
Yes, I can open the whole FPGA project and even create new FPGA VIs with no issues.
For the drivers: On the windows 7 laptop, I was using myRIO-1900. On the windows 10 laptop I only have myRIO toolkit (which I assume does not contain the drivers). However, I do not intend to compile or burn the code on the platform, I only need the VI to open and run in simulation mode.
Concerning the error codes, I get the (upper) message initially and after a few unsuccessful trials I get the (lower) one.
I think the error is due to the OS change, but I am not sure how to make the VI compatible to windows 10.
Solved! The errors have nothing to do with windows 10 or the FPGA module. The VI I exported from the windows 7 laptop was actually corrupted and was saved as so.
Though the VI is still running on the windows 7, it seems that some memory parameters were not exported right and this caused the problem on the new laptop.