07-26-2021 11:00 AM
Don't why Quick drop start to cause LabVIEW crash. All version of LabVIEW crashes.
It's ok to drop a ctrl on the FP, or drop a node on the BD. But when I use any plugin, even ctrl-R, LabVIEW crash every time.
Anyone run into this before?
I spent a few hours to run a repair, and it does fix the problem last Friday, but only to find out the problem comes back today.
Windows 10 Pro, LabVIEW 2014-2020
Solved! Go to Solution.
07-26-2021 11:21 AM - edited 07-26-2021 11:23 AM
07-26-2021 11:21 AM
Have you already removed any custom QD plugin VIs you might have added? Seems like a broken plugin could cause this.
07-26-2021 11:31 AM
Thanks for quick response.
But this can't explain the repair works.
After repair, I haven't add any 3rd party plugin yet.
It's painful without QD. I'm so used to QD, it's hard to avoid it.
07-26-2021 11:39 AM
07-26-2021 11:47 AM
After the repair, remove your LabVIEW.ini file and your LabVIEW Data folder (make backups of course), and then see if things work. That would be the 100% default, no add-ons install of LabVIEW.
07-26-2021 12:02 PM
All versions of LabVIEW installed crashed before repair; now only the one I'm using: 2017.
I have a lot of QD plugins, some I made myself.
07-26-2021 03:11 PM - edited 07-26-2021 03:12 PM
It looks like the QD triggers the crash, but the root cause maybe something else.
I was doing VISA Read/Write to a 3rd party instrument, and getting errors. After I fixed all the bugs, no more crash.
That reminds me that I had similar situation before:
Kudos to Jesper, Ian and Darren. Your response help me eliminate other possible causes.
I'll let you know if the problem comes back.
07-29-2021 09:10 AM
No. Still crashing.
Removing all 3rd party plugin solve the problem.
Jesper and Ian are right on day one.
It's my own plugins broken. SubVIs have been upgraded to newer version.
I know they are broken for a long time. Don't know why they cause problem now.