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NI System Configuration: (Hex 0x8004041F) The operation failed because of missing dependency items.

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I went to start one of my vi's today and I get this message: NI System Configuration: (Hex 0x8004041F) The operation failed because of missing dependency items.

 

Does anyone know what this is or how to fix it?

 

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Does this happen with any VI you try to deploy, or just certain ones?

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Are you starting a VI or deploying one?  Your post says one thing, the error another.

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Not necessarily, if you open a VI on a RT target and click the Run button, LV will first deploy and then run the VI on the target.

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@mikeporter wrote:
Not necessarily, if you open a VI on a RT target and click the Run button, LV will first deploy and then run the VI on the target.

Mike...

Oh!  I haven't used the RT environment before so it never occured to me that it could be the RT environment.  I had never seen that error before and usually a poster will state that they are using RT.

 

This is why I maintain that I haven't even reached the middle of the LV learning curve yet.

Bill
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It does it with any vi.     I used a collegues computer at work and ran/deployed the vi and had no issues.  It only happens on my computer.  I am really trying to avoid reinstalling....

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Everything has been working for months.   I copied the exact same project onto my collegues computer and he had no issues. I had done a repair on my labview.  I am not attempting to do a full repair on all national instruments software..(time consuming).  Really wish I knew where to look or what exact program I should be repairing instead of all of them. 

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Unfortunately you aren't provided with that level of detail. Did you happen to do anything about the time it stopped working? Install/remove software? OS update?

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Since this is a company computer, I do not have admin rights to install/uninstall any programs.  I have to request admin rights to do so.  So as far as I know nothing was update nor did I change anything. 

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I finally fixed it.  After a full repair of all my National Instruments software didnt solve it.  I updated my labview, fpga, and Real-time to 2013 SP1.  Everything seems to be working again.  

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