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labview 2015 (32 bit) crashing

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I am using labview 2015(32 bit) on my laptop that has windows 7 64 bit. It was working fine but now it shows the crash report as shown in the attached file, whenever I try to open labview. The only change I have done is I installed NI DAQmx 16.0. I am not sure whether it is causing the problem or not.Any suggestions and help are highly welcomed.

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If you could send that report to the forums also, it would be helpful.  😉

Upload the zip'd file.

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I have posted it to the forums too. And I attached the image of the crash report too.

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Maybe you meant to send it, but your posting history says otherwise.

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LabVIEW, in general, is "version-specific".  LabVIEW can often read (and modify) VIs written in older versions, and can sometimes accomodate certain LabVIEW modules (typically I/O stuff) written for newer versions, but especially with LabVIEW components, it is safest to stay as "version-consistent" as possible.

 

The "We apologize for the inconvenience" error means that something has gone very wrong with the LabVIEW Internals.  Sometimes this is because your code has "tickled" a particularly buggy spot in the software (I'm looking at you, Network Streams, LabVIEW 2011).  Since you describe a LabVIEW 2015 that worked fine until you loaded DAQmx for LabVIEW 2016, and then nothing works, I'd say that the "improved" DAQmx is fatally clashing with the rest of your LabVIEW installation.

 

Try doing a selective removal of this Update and reinstalling the DAQmx code for LabVIEW 2015 (in other works, "Put 'em Back the Way They Was", if you are a fan of musicals).  Let us know if this fixes things for you.

 

Bob Schor

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Hi Bob_Schor,

 

I tried as you mentioned, but still having the same problem.

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 Bob_Schor,

 

I uninstalled everything related to labview and tried re-installing labview 2015. It works fine now even after installing NI DAQmx driver. 

Thanks for your help.

 

Amit

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