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Is it possible to build a project with Labview 2010 on a Windows XP system, that is useful for a system with windows 7 on it?

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Hi there,

 

I am planning to use Labview 2010 in a short time.

But before I'm going to use it I have some questions.

  1. I know it is possible to run Labview 2010 in an XP environment. But is it also possible to, when running Labview 2010 on a XP system, to build a project to a version that is useful in a Windows 7 environment?
  2. Or do I have to run Labview 2010, when I want to build a project that is useful on a Windows 7 system, on a system with Windows 7?

Please give me some information.

I hope to hear from one of you soon.

 

Regards,

 

Kenny

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Hi,

 

You can build an exe on windows XP with LV2010, and run it on windows 7.

 

Regards,

V-F
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Does Labview 2010 automatically make a file that is useful for Windows 7 or do I have to make a selection for it?
Because it's possible to run Labview 2010 on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

 

Regards,

 

Kenny

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the file (.exe) is both compatible with xp and seven, no need to change anything...

 

Regards

V-F
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Is it possible to build a project with Labview 2009 on a Windows XP system, that is useful for a system with windows 7 on it?

 

Thanks.

Philippe B.
Certified Associate Developer / Dépt Moyens d'essais

www.ingenia-system.com
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Same answer. The binary file will run. BUT... Windows 7 has stronger protection on certain folders, so if you are trying to do certain things, like writing directly to the C:\ drive, or to the C:\Program Files, or to the registry, you will get errors. This is not a LabVIEW issue, but an operating system issue.

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