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Hi Guys;

 

           Is there any way to get the disk where the OS(windows xp/2ooo) was installed? , and the path where Labview was installed?

 

 

thanks

 

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HI,

You will get windows directory path VI on http://zone.ni.com/devzone/cda/epd/p/id/3080

For getting LabVIEW directory path see snapshot as attached

Hope this helps

Regards

Santosh

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Find the VIs to get windows path.
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SanRac wrote:

For getting LabVIEW directory path see snapshot as attached


Hi Santosh,

 

It wont work for an EXE built usign LV.

- Partha ( CLD until Oct 2021 🙂 )
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Hi Parthabe,

 

Yes you are right, so in this case I think we can use "Defualt Directory" function, I am not sure how it will respond with build.

 

Thank  You.

 

Regards

Santosh

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Is SanRac & San403 the same person or different... ?! Smiley Indifferent
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Its same, actually was logged in to other account Smiley Very Happy

 

Alias will be anything you can call me Santosh

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SanRac wrote:

Its same, actually was logged in to other account Smiley Very Happy

 


My guess was correct! Smiley Happy

 

When I looked into that profile, it showed offline. Smiley Wink

 

So, I was just curious to know... Smiley Very Happy

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