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Which version of Labview to install run vi's written in 2011, SP1.

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Hi, I'm just starting and need to run some old vi's written in 2011 with Labview SP1 I think. Do I have to install the same version of Labview that they were written in ?

 

Hardware: NI cRIO-9082, NI 9215, NI 9269

 

Thanks,

Ragten.

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Hi Ragten,

 


@Ragten wrote:

Hi, I'm just starting and need to run some old vi's written in 2011 with Labview SP1 I think. Do I have to install the same version of Labview that they were written in ?

 

Hardware: NI cRIO-9082, NI 9215, NI 9269


In general you can use any LabVIEW version from LV2011 upto the latest LV2021 to open and run your VIs…

 

In your special case with a cRIO9082 things might get more complicated!

It's a quite old device and you need to make sure your LabVIEW version still supports it: see this article (select your specific device in the dropdown)! You are limited to LV2011 to LV2019. And you need to install all the neccessary modules (RT, FPGA) and drivers (RIO)…

Best regards,
GerdW


using LV2020 on Win8.1+cRIO
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