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LabVIEW NXG 1.0 installation error. "Check Internet connection and try again"

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Hi All,

 

I tried to install "LabVIEW NXG Suite Free Evaluation" with no success. The installation file first installed .net, then NI Package Manager. I chose "LabVIW NXG" and "NI-DAQmx" and after clicking on next the error

Invalid checksum for package <path>\ni-labview-ng-1.0-released.nipkg

Please check your  internet connection and try again.

 

There is no problem with the internet connection at all. Please check the images in the attachment.

 

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I have exactly the same problem. I am attempting to install onto Virtual Machine (VM) running Windows 10. Deleting the .nipkg files, to force a new download, didn't fix the problem. The downloaded package files are all 2kB in size. 

 

This installation was downloaded from the NI web site: http://www.ni.com/gate/gb/GB_EVALLVNXG/US

 

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Hi,

 

I had the same issue. But there is a workaround that worked for me.

 

What you need to do is to:

1. Close NI Package Manager

2. Go to C:\ProgramData\National Instruments\NI Package Manager\Downloads\

3. Double-click on ni-labview-ng-1.0-released.nipkg and install the package

4. Double-click on ni-labview-ng-1.0-released-critical.nipkg and install the package

5. Restart NI Package Manager and try installing LabVIEW NXT again

 

Hope this can help you!

Nikita.

Nikita Prorekhin
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@NikitaProrekhin wrote:

Hi,

 

I had the same issue. But there is a workaround that worked for me.

 

What you need to do is to:

 

Thanks, Nikita. That worked. Pretty sure I ran the ni-labview-ng-1.0-released-critical.nipkg and the installation failed. I retrieved ni-labview-ng-1.0-released.nipkg from the trash and re-ran it. That seemed to fix the problem when I followed your steps.

 

David.

David Corney
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The install errors should be resolved now for those who haven't used the workaround. There was a file that wasn't publishing correctly after it was updated. Thanks for the report!

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I tried what you said but it says "Package is already installed".

After that , I restarted Package Manager but different error pops up "NI Certificated Installer".

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One other potential source for the error is a IT policy too be a bit aggressive with "Protection" settings.  I was able to change the add "https://ni.com" to the trusted sites and resolve my issue

"Should be" isn't "Is" -Jay
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