I have a new, genuine Arduino Nano (Atmega328P) that works fine with the IDE (version 1.8.13) but won't connect to LabVIEW CE 2020 using Linx firmware. The Nano is visible to Windows 10 (64-bit) as a USB serial port (COM10) and can also be seen as such in NI MAX.
I have successfully uploaded the pre-built firmware using the MakerHub wizard in LabVIEW (at least I get no error messages when done). When I then attempt to run the LabVIEW example VI (switch LED on/off on pin13), I get the error message shown in the attached graphic. ERROR 1073807246 VISA: The resource is valid, but VISA cannot currently access it.
I followed up on the error code and (as suggested) tried changing USB cables, changing the COM port number and checking (in Windows Device Manager) to see if the port was already in use (it wasn't). None of this made any difference.
I tried an Arduino Uno with the same software setup (after uploading the Uno firmware of course) and it all works fine. If anyone else has had this issue and managed to solve it, I'd be very grateful for an idea of what to do. I have already searched this forum and elsewhere, and although I have found some information, it has not yet been of any help.