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LabVIEW Development Environment Crashes When Uploading to a cRIO-9057

I have a labview project that uses a cRIO-9057. When I make a change to my real time VI and upload it, my labview development environment crashes as soon as the progress bar on the "Deployment Progress" window finishes.

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However, once I re-start LabVIEW and re-upload my VI to my cRIO, everything works fine. I can stop and start the VI as many times as I like until I save a change to my VI, then LabVIEW will crash again as soon as I try to upload my code.

 

I have not had this issue with other labVIEW projects on this cRIO. I have tried formatting my cRIO and deleting and re-creating my project (although not my individual VIs), but this has not helped. Is this a known issue? What else can I try?

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Hey nkraemer,

 

I'm sorry to hear about the LabVIEW crashes. I can imagine that it is frustrating, especially since the workaround is quite involved.

 

Would you mind posting the LabVIEW Error Log file from your recent crashes? Also, this may be easier to troubleshoot in a service request. I'd recommend opening up a new SR with National Instruments and continuing with an engineer over the phone.

Ryan B.
Technical Support Engineer
National Instruments
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Hi Ryan,

 

Thanks for your response and sorry about the late reply. I've attached the log and dump file from my latest crash. Can you tell if there is a misbehaving VI or something else from them? I will follow up with a service request with NI, but I thought it would be good to open this up to the public in case anyone else has similar issues.

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Hey nkraemer,

 

Thanks for sharing your crash files. I'm going to go ahead and work with the service request you and your colleague opened, so we can communicate faster. Feel free to post any updates here for the public to benefit from it as well. Great idea!

 

Best regards,

Ryan B.
Technical Support Engineer
National Instruments
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