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I had installed LabVIEW 2019-SP1 (64-bit) on my Windows 10- 64 bit laptop. But in that it had problem with lvanlys.dll file (file was not compatible for 64-bit).

So, I uninstalled and re-installed LabVIEW 2019 -SP1 (32 - bit) on the same machine. 

But when I try to open it crashes with error report as shown below.

 

Any solution for the same?

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@Chetana_VS wrote:

I had installed LabVIEW 2019-SP1 (64-bit) on my Windows 10- 64 bit laptop. But in that it had problem with lvanlys.dll file (file was not compatible for 64-bit).

So, I uninstalled and re-installed LabVIEW 2019 -SP1 (32 - bit) on the same machine. 

But when I try to open it crashes with error report as shown below.

 

Any solution for the same?

Chetana_VS_0-1676976322285.png

 


Why would you believe a message that one of the main dlls of an application built exclusively for the environment you are installing into is not compatible?  Something very wrong went on with the installation.  The fact that even LV 32-bit would not install properly is worrisome.  There are so many things I can think of that might do this, and they're all bad.  Maybe your hard drive is starting to go south, and it is resulting in corrupt files.  Or maybe antivirus and/or company PC policies are preventing a proper install.

 

Complicating things is the fact that you tried to uninstall LabVIEW, and versions that install NIPM are very difficult to uninstall properly.

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Thanks for your reply. I uninstalled from programs (from control panel), then re-installed the entire software. 

What can probably be the issue?

What methods do you suggest in this case?

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From what i read on this forum, you should always uninstall using NIPM, because uninstalling through control panel does not remove the whole LabVIEW.

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Thanks for your reply.

From Control panel also, I was re-directed to NIPM only. 

So, in that I selected all the installed software and drivers and clicked on remove. 

I did not uninstall NIPM but just the software and drivers.

 

Before installing anything again, I checked in NIPM if everything was uninstalled properly.

So, after that I installed LabVIEW again. But still it is crashing.

 

Any leads on how to go about the same?

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