I am also having the same problem on a new RT system running LabVIEW 8.5. The specific library that is failing to load is niidqsvr.dll. What driver does that library belong to?
It looks like the problem you are having is addressed here. It seems that on my system, that .dll is in folder for the NI-DAQ driver.
Thanks for your reply. I uninstalled and re-installed NI-DAQ traditional on my RT target, and that seems to have stopped the error message.
I am still bothered by the fact that a new system would have this problem right out of the box. Something for NI to look into I guess...
Thanks for your help,
I have experienced a similar problem when trying to deploy the network shared variables on a PXI 8106 RT machine I got the following message:
LabVIEW: Failed to load shared library c:\ni-rt\system\taggerrt.dll on RT target device.
(successfully deployed target settings)
Deploying variables - network - RT.lvlib
Deploying variables - network - RT.lvlib:Abort & Warning \\220.127.116.11\variables - network - RT\Abort & Warning deployed.
Deploying variables - network - RT.lvlib:Status Messages \\18.104.22.168\variables - network - RT\Status Messages deployed.
Deploying variables - network - RT.lvlib:Controls \\22.214.171.124\variables - network - RT\Controls deployed.
Deploying variables - network - RT.lvlib:Analog Inputs \\126.96.36.199\variables - network - RT\Analog Inputs deployed.
Deploying variables - network - RT.lvlib:Discrete Inputs \\188.8.131.52\variables - network - RT\Discrete Inputs deployed.
Deploying variables - network - RT.lvlib:stop \\184.108.40.206\variables - network - RT\stop deployed.
Download completed with errors.
On further investigation I found that the c:\ni-rt\system\ folder doesn't exist on the host machine. The taggerrt.dll does exist in c:\Program Files\National Instruments\RT images\NVE Core\1.2.1.
So; why didn't the deployment software know where it is? This is a new installation on both machines; it seems to me that this type of problem should never happen! How do I fix it?
You are correct that the c:\ni-rt folder does not exist on your host machine. That path refers to your Real-Time target. As for how to solve your problem, did you try the steps in the document here that I posted earlier? You should be able to use an FTP client to access the target and open your ni-rt.ini file.