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LabVIEW 2009 crash when trying to go to VI Properties dialog

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Hello,

 

I can't go in the VI Properties anymore... It hangs for a few seconds and then crash every time. I'm using LabVIEW Version 9.0f3.

 

Anyone have ran into this?

 

I guess I will have to reinstall LabVIEW!?

 

 

Thanks!

 

Vincent

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vgravel,

 

Have you made any hardware or software changes to your system recently?  A repair in stall of LabVIEW would be a good first step to take.  Please let us know if this helps, or not.

 

Regards,

 

Sam K

Applications Engineer

National Instruments

www.ni.com/support

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Well, this is getting interesting...

 

I did repair LV2009 but with no luck...

I've just noticed that this behavior is happening with any version of LabVIEW version that I'm using (2009, 8.6.1, 8.2).

 

Where it's getting even stranger, is that it happens on my desktop and on my laptop. But nobody else in my company is getting this issue.

 

So I'm starting to think that I might be doomed...

 

I was planning installing LabVIEW 2010 but don't know if I should do it or get this fixed first.

 

Thanks for the help!

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vgravel,

 

Can you give us some more information about the systems, such as the operating system, any software they have in common, things that may be installed on them but not your colleagues systems.

 

Thanks,

 

Sam K

Applications Engineer

National Instruments

www.ni.com/support

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Hello Sammy,

 

Thanks for taking time to have a look at my question...

 

Windows XP is the OS on both computer. I've been using LabVIEW on these for about 4 year (maybe time for a change) without problems.

 

My colleague and I have rougthly the same configuration since we worked on the same project except one. This project do not have any fancy or particular hardware (mostly client and server application using TCPIP and SV for communication).

 

I have attached to this message a screenshot of the NI products that are installed on my laptop (from MAX).

 

I will continue to have a look on my side...

 

Thanks!

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Why are LabVIEW 8.6.1 and 2009 SP1 both listed twice?

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I was wondering the same thing... I really can't tell!

And if I expand, toolkits are listed twice as well... See picture.

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I just had a look and my desktop looks fine (every version of LabVIEW is listed once).

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I just install LabVIEW 2010 and the same problem occurs... I'm doomed!

Well, I guess I won't be accused to not putting enough documentation anymore! Smiley Happy

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vgravel,

 

You could try removing all NI software from your system and reinstalling it (make sure to delete the NI folder in program files after uninstalling the software).  Start with just LabVIEW to see if you can open the VI properties in the simples case.  Was your operating system installed from an image?

 

Regards,

 

Sam K

Applications Engineer

National Instruments

www.ni.com/support

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