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Targetdir error even though Documents folder exists on Win7 PC

I have seen many reports of the Targetdir error and the probable solution is to check if the documents folder exists in the user/public path.

 

However in my case, the folder exists and still I get this error.

 

I use Win7(64 bit) on a Core I7 PC with Labview 2011(32bit).

 

Only some installers have this problem. Other apps compiled on LV2011 work just fine.

 

Any workarounds ?

 

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Additional information :

 

I am trying to install the software NOT in programfiles, but in C:\PackTest folder

 

But this same concept is used in my other VIs and installers also and they work fine.

Only some dont.

 

I even tried RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR. but of no use.

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I've incurred the same issue with LabVIEW 2010 built install program.

OS: Win7, 64 bit running on Intel i5-2520M CPU.  

I'm trying to install in a folder other that c:\Program Files.

 

I've varified that settings per knowladge base 4W28DAN5 are correct. 

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Hello Leroy.

I am somehow not sure if your post is a confirmation that you also have the same error or is it a solution linked to the KB you mentioned.

 

Rgds,

 

Rohit.

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Hello Rohit,

 

Sorry for the lack of clarity. I do have the same error and the KB didn't fix it.

I've since discovered that LabVIEW 2011 fixes the bug.

Referance: http://www.ni.com/white-paper/13257/en 

See ID 277725

 

Leroy S

 

 

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