Actually, yes, I wrote it up to answer your question. I had some idle time while monitoring an automated test, so I did some tinkering. At this point, I'd recommend using the example I posted once we clear up the error.
I *did* get it running without generating errors using a 6602 (1 master and 4 divided) and an E-series board (1 master and 1 divided). Unfortunately, the network pc I'm on doesn't have LabVIEW so I can't look at either my code or yours right now. I think I cleaned up some wires and added some comments after last running it, and may possibly have goofed something up. Here are some things to check for in my code:
1. Run the diagram with debug highlighting on. At exactly which step does the error first show up?
2. Are all the counters being set up for "Continuous Sampling" rather than Finite? If any of them are configured to be Finite, they will start to interfere with one another and generate an error like the one you saw.
3. There's some issue of boards needing to be reset when switching between DAQmx and traditional NI-DAQ. I *think* it's mostly critical when switching one way but not so much the other. Can you try powering down your PC, waiting 10 seconds, then booting up and trying my example before doing anything with traditional NI-DAQ?
4. Are you sure all the device and channel designations are unique and valid? I think I had it setup to assume that the 6602 was Dev1.
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