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good evening to you since I'm looking for the treiber of the HM8143 device to install in Labview to allow the connection between labview and the device but I do not get there can you help me?? or someone has a proposal to solve my problem ?? because I am working on a project and without the treiber can not communicate with the device.

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Hi Max,

 

did you look for the driver at Rohde&Schwarz?

Best regards,
GerdW
CLAD expired, using LV2011SP1 + LV2017 (+LV2019 sometimes) on Win7+cRIO
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Hello everyone I have a question that is the following I don't know if anyone can explain this error to me thank you very much!!!

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Hello everyone I have a question that is the following I don't know if anyone can explain this error to me thank you very much!
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Hello everyone I have a question that is the following I don't know if anyone can explain this error to me thank you very much!
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It's an image yes, and it shows an error dialog. Impressive but aside that it is pretty hard to recognize anything in that image it also shows not much more than the dialog itself.

Totally useless to help you with this. The actual VI that gives you that error might maybe help a little more.

What you did here is akin to sending a pic of your car to your mechanic and asking him to fix your car! Smiley LOL

Rolf Kalbermatter
Averna BV
LabVIEW ArchitectLabVIEW ChampionLabVIEW Instructor
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After translating, I found it said "Object Reference is invalid".

 

That means on one of your wires, possibly that hidden purple one, a value is no longer valid.  Perhaps you never selected or opened the reference properly.  Perhaps you had, but you lost a value because you did something like run it thorough a case structure, but failed to wire all the cases through.  (A common problem when someone uses a tunnel set for Use Default if Unwired.)

 

It is impossible to tell anything else from such a tiny image that barely shows any block diagram.

 

PS:  When posting a message, give it a meaningful subject header.  "labview" is meaningless because every message on the LabVIEW forum (note the proper spelling) is going to be about LabVIEW.

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