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fft spectrum (mag-phase).vi: dependencies

Hello Ronny, Was there any difference with a new project from scratch? Which selection do you have in LabVIEW>Tools>Options>Paths>VI Search Paths? Can you search through Windows Explorer if there are duplicates of these VI's on you disk?
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Thierry C - CLA, CTA - Senior R&D Engineer (Former Support Engineer) - National Instruments
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Hello Thierry,

 

there is no difference when I start a new project from scratch. At the moment I insert the "FFT Spectrum (Mag-Phase) VI", I get the same error.

Enclosed you'll see the VI Search Paths selections.

 

Kind regards,

Ronny 

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Hello Ronny,

 

Can you take a printscreen of the dependencies section of your LabVIEW project (project with new VI that only contains the VI mentioned in your previous post)?

It should contain 3 lvlibs: NI_AALPro.lvlib, NI_MAPro.lvlibn NI_MABase.lvlib and one dll)

Can you check from which location this lvlib's are being loaded?

Can you then also search via Windows for those specific lvlibs?

Do you find any duplicates?

 

I think that these lvlibs might have been copied to several of the used search paths.

It would also be a good idea to take a look in the VI Seach paths to check if you don't have duplicate lvlibs in some of the directories.

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Thierry C - CLA, CTA - Senior R&D Engineer (Former Support Engineer) - National Instruments
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Hello,

 

enclosed you'll find a screenshot of the empty project with the VI added. There are indeed 3 dependencies (as you specify: NI_AALPro.lvlib, NI_Mapro.lvlib and NI_MABase.lvlib) and one dll dependency

The screenshot will also show you the location of the lvlib's.

When I search those lvlib's within Windows, no duplicates are found.

I also included the search paths.

 

Kind regards,

Ronny

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Hello Ronny,

 

These are exactly the same locations as at my side.

I'm starting to think that there might be something wrong with the LabVIEW instillation itself.

 

If you're sure that you don't have any duplicate files or libs, then I would like you to try a repair of your LabVIEW.

Can you try this?

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Thierry C - CLA, CTA - Senior R&D Engineer (Former Support Engineer) - National Instruments
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Hello Thierry,

 

I also think there's a problem with my installation.

I had a chance to test my application on an other PC here at the company, and there everything works fine.

I tried doing a installation repair on my pc, that didn't work.

I think I will wait for the new Labview 2012 version coming out in August (I Hope), and I will do a complete re-install then.

I will keep you informed.

 

Kind regards,

Ronny C

 

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Hello Ronny,

 

If the repair doesn't work, then you can always try an uninstall and reinstall afterwards.

Normally it should be coming out end of July or in the beginning of August. It's always around or just before NIWeek 🙂

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Thierry,

 

problem solved! I did a complete uninstall of LV 2011 , and then I installed LV 2012.

With LV 2012, I no longer have the dependencies issues.

 

Thanks for your help!

 

Kind regards,

Ronny

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Hello Ronny,

 

Thanks for the feedback!

 

It still remains a special issue.

Maybe something went wrong with the 2011 installation.

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