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good evening! I'm currently using another pc to work and I have installed the ni rio driver; but still this error shows up... do you know where I can find these drivers?

I'm using labview 2020; thanksImmagine 2021-05-02 141300.png

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You have to switch to an older LabVIEW version, the support for the cRIO-9074 ended with LabVIEW 2019.

 

cf. this KB:

https://www.ni.com/de-de/support/documentation/compatibility/09/software-support-for-compactrio--com...

 

Regards, Jens

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thank you so much! and do you know if there is a way to downgrade it directly or I have to unistall labview and download the 2019 version?

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Hi alex,

 


@alex8624 wrote:

 do you know if there is a way to downgrade it directly or I have to unistall labview and download the 2019 version?


While you could install LabVIEW2019 in parallel to your LV2020 installation you cannot do the same for the needed hardware drivers.

So your best option is to uninstall all NI software and only install the needed packages afterwards again…

Best regards,
GerdW

using LV2011SP1 + LV2017 (+LV2020 sometimes) on Win10+cRIO
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thank you! I will do it! I have another question; with my other pc where I have labview 2014 I have some problems with the compiler, it goes forever in the compilation and stay stucked in translation, or estimating resources and so on; I tryed as some other user told me to quit the compiler and re build the fpga, but in 10 try, 9 fail, 1 work, so i tryed to do some researches and I discussed with some user and the problem should be of how compiler temporary files are stored on the system, or I dont know. do you have some way or clue to try to understand what to do or how to solve it?

the problem is not of the vi, because in other pc it compiles at the first try..

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Hi Alex,

 


@alex8624 wrote:

do you have some way or clue to try to understand what to do or how to solve it?


Did you try the NI FPGA Compile service? No need for local compiler…

Best regards,
GerdW

using LV2011SP1 + LV2017 (+LV2020 sometimes) on Win10+cRIO
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it worked thank you!!

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