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"support.cpp" error?

I just reinstalled WinNT, and then Labview 6i... now when I run Labview
I get an error in line 67xx (don't remember which line number, if it's
critical I can go back to the lab and find out...) of "support.cpp"! On
vi's that USED to work! And labview then crashes ungracefully. Even
during "mass compile", this happens.

Any ideas AT ALL appreciated. Has anyone run into this? Did I mess up
Windows, or Labview??
THANKS!
-HELEN

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> I just reinstalled WinNT, and then Labview 6i... now when I run Labview
> I get an error in line 67xx (don't remember which line number, if it's
> critical I can go back to the lab and find out...) of "support.cpp"! On
> vi's that USED to work! And labview then crashes ungracefully. Even
> during "mass compile", this happens.
>
> Any ideas AT ALL appreciated. Has anyone run into this? Did I mess up
> Windows, or Labview??

You need to look at this more closely. These failure messages are
indicating that something very unexpected is taking place. You will
likely find that it is due to one or a small number of VIs. If this
happens during a mass compile, then the other, smaller mass compile
dialog will indicate which VI has the problem.

You don't say whether you
already had these VIs compiled in 6i, but I'm
assuming that the VIs were in a previous version, and they are now
being loaded into LV6. Since this is a different version, LV must
load in the diagram to compile it. It is likely finding that the
diagram doesn't make sense due to some form of corruption.

When you find out which VIs are causing the problem, you can restore
to a backup of the file, replace the VI, or send it into NI to see what
can be recovered.

Greg McKaskle
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