I have an application in which a subVI calls DAQmx Write invoke node (writing offset and reading NumChans).
When I start up LabVIEW and run the main VI a first time, everything works fine. When I run it a second time, LabVIEW crashes with a runtime error at the DAQmx Write invoke node: R6025 - pure virtual function call
The LabVIEW failure log file contains the following lines: c:\builds\penguin\labview\branches\Saturn\dev\source\compiler\allocsup.cpp(662) : DWarn: dataspace moved at run-time! $Id: //labview/branches/Saturn/dev/source/compiler/allocsup.cpp#18 $
Does anyone have an idea how this crash could be avoided?
Run sfc /scanow To do so, you will have to first open an elevated command prompt window. To run the System File Checker in Windows 10/8/7, type cmd in start search box. In the result, which appears, right click on cmd and select Run As Administrator. type in "sfc /scanow" w/o quote. Check for the other ways to fix this issue. https://www.errorsolutions.tech/error/runtime-error-r6025/