When you select "Build Application or Shared Library", in "Source Files", do you add the dynamic vi's and support files?
In "Installer Settings", do you select "Create installer" and include the all LLB's and vi's necessary for it to work?
It may not include a driver if it is not included in the build.
Unfortunately, I do not have V at work. There is a TAB in the build executable where you select which drivers to include. I cannot guide you to find the appropriate location of this...
In the application builder go to the Installer tab, then push the Advanced... button. In the upcoming dialog select LabVIEW Run-Time Engine and Port I/O Support. You can deselect all the other options as you are obviously not using them.
Can anyone there help me Please with the problem. I am trying to communicate with the parallel port using my program which i have attached to the message. I am running LabVIEW 7.0 Professional with application builder. All the program does is reads and writes to the three parallel port registers. It runs FINE!!! in my computer. But when i built an executable (see attached) and tried running on a different computer (with LabVIEW Runtime engine 7.0 installed) the program does not read/write to the registers. The target PC had the parallel port in SPP mode just like mine. I can't seem to understand whats going wrong? Can anyone please help me if you know the right answer.
Message Edited by rolfk on 10-20-2005 03:58 PM