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NI Modular Instruments Common Development/Runtime 16.0 for .NET Framework 4.0/4.5

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How can I tell which installer/driver package added this library in NIPM?

 

If that is not possible, is there a way to install these packages to a system specifically?

 

Thanks.

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Mitch, do you know the underlying package(s) that you are referencing? In NIPM, you can hover the mouse over the display name and it will show you the package name in a tooltip. 

 

The fact that it is 16.0, suggests that the packages are from 2016 which almost predates NIPM. Looking at a 17.0 version of this package: ni-mi-common-fx45-17.0.0-runtime, I can at least query something internally here to see that it was referenced by the following products:

InstrumentStudio 2018
InstrumentStudio 2018 SP1
InstrumentStudio 18.5 (2018 SP2)
InstrumentStudio 18.1.1
NI-DCPower 19.0
NI-DMM 19.0
NI-SCOPE 19.0
InstrumentStudio 18.5.1
NI-FGEN 19.0

 

The above might give you some idea of where the reference might be coming from.

 

Scott Richardson
National Instruments
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I was able to find that it was installed with some NI-DCPower drivers. Similarly, I looked at what packages depended on it during the unistall process, and searched through the saved installers to find the right one.

 

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Your idea to uninstall and look at what was reported was smart, had not thought of that. Glad you are moving forward.

Scott Richardson
National Instruments
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