06-08-2006 10:35 AM
06-09-2006 10:18 AM
Your counter VI will stop if an error occurs in your program, in which case you are setup to display an error dialog box, or if the timed loop finishes late. My guess is that overnight, the timed loop finishes late and stops the program. You can add an indicator to your program to display if this is the case. Many times, things such as virus scans, and windows updates are scheduled to run at night, which could cause your timed loop to finish late. You might check your computer's settings to see if this is the case, and change the time that they run or disable them on the nights that you need to run.