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Is there any way to trim down the size of NI-DAQ for the core functions
that I am using?

I'm developing an embedded system that uses NT Embedded 4.0. I'd like
to get the OS and driver files into < 40 mb of nv storage
(Disk-On-Chip). I only require a handful of functions from the NI-DAQ
API to run the pci-dio-32hs that is in the system. The damn library
chews up 30mb... a tad excessive. I'd really rather not develop the reg
level code myself.

Any help is appreciated....

John C.
EPC Labs.
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I would suggest contacting National Instruments Technical Support at ni.com/ask
for help with this question. Component files have been developed for NI-DAQ
to be used on an embedded NT environment for a few NI boards. The PCI-6533
is one of those boards.

Erin Bray

John Curley wrote:
>Is there any way to trim down the size of NI-DAQ for the core functions>that
I am using?>>I'm developing an embedded system that uses NT Embedded 4.0.
I'd like>to get the OS and driver files into < 40 mb of nv storage>(Disk-On-Chip).
I only require a handful of functions from the NI-DAQ>API to run the pci-dio-32hs
that is in the system. The damn library>chews up 30mb... a tad excessive.
I'd really rather not develop the reg>level code myself.>>Any help is app
reciated....>>John
C.>EPC Labs.>>
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I would suggest contacting National Instruments Technical Support at ni.com/ask
for help with this question. Component files have been developed for NI-DAQ
to be used on an embedded NT environment for a few NI boards. The PCI-6533
is one of those boards.

Erin Bray

John Curley wrote:
>Is there any way to trim down the size of NI-DAQ for the core functions>that
I am using?>>I'm developing an embedded system that uses NT Embedded 4.0.
I'd like>to get the OS and driver files into < 40 mb of nv storage>(Disk-On-Chip).
I only require a handful of functions from the NI-DAQ>API to run the pci-dio-32hs
that is in the system. The damn library>chews up 30mb... a tad excessive.
I'd really rather not develop the reg>level code myself.>>Any help is app
reciated....>>John
C.>EPC Labs.>>
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Thanks, will do. Do you mean there is a kdf file for NT embedded component designer?

Erin Bray wrote:

> I would suggest contacting National Instruments Technical Support at ni.com/ask
> for help with this question. Component files have been developed for NI-DAQ
> to be used on an embedded NT environment for a few NI boards. The PCI-6533
> is one of those boards.
>
> Erin Bray
>
> John Curley wrote:
> >Is there any way to trim down the size of NI-DAQ for the core functions>that
> I am using?>>I'm developing an embedded system that uses NT Embedded 4.0.
> I'd like>to get the OS and driver files into < 40 mb of nv storage>(Disk-On-Chip).
> I only require a handful of functions from the NI-DAQ>API to run the pci-dio-32hs
> that is in t
he system. The damn library>chews up 30mb... a tad excessive.
> I'd really rather not develop the reg>level code myself.>>Any help is appreciated....>>John
> C.>EPC Labs.>>
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Yes, we have developed kdf files for Windows NT Embedded.

Erin Bray
John Curley wrote:
>Thanks, will do. Do you mean there is a kdf file for NT embedded component
designer?>>Erin Bray wrote:>>> I would suggest contacting National Instruments
Technical Support at ni.com/ask>> for help with this question. Component
files have been developed for NI-DAQ>> to be used on an embedded NT environment
for a few NI boards. The PCI-6533>> is one of those boards.>>>> Erin Bray>>>>
John Curley wrote:>> >Is there any way to trim down the
size of NI-DAQ for the core functions>that>> I am using?>>I'm developing
an embedded system that uses NT Embedded 4.0.>> I'd like>to get the OS and
driver files into < 40 mb of nv storage
>(Disk-On-Chip).>> I only require
a handful of functions from the NI-DAQ>API to run the pci-dio-32hs>> that
is in the system. The damn library>chews up 30mb... a tad excessive.>>
I'd really rather not develop the reg>level code myself.>>Any help is appreciated....>>John>>
C.>EPC Labs.>>>
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