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Missing SubVIs

Hi,

 

I am facing some troubles trying to load these subvi that i cannot locate in my directory. For some context, these VIs were created in 2019-2020, but i dont recall what LabView year was used. However, right now i am trying to access them via LabView 2020 but somehow cant find these subvis in my library. Please assist me on this matter. Thanks

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Who wrote the original code? Does your LabVIEW 2020 have all the required drivers and toolkits installed?

 

Where does it think these subVIs should be located? Maybe the path can give some clues.

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I am currently testing out an open source code from github, so there is no means for me to contact them. I am currently using LabView 2020 Evaluation version.

 

https://github.com/abred/DeepSPM --> This is the open source i am testing out specifcally the intrument control server that states a LabView 2014 and above is needed which mine is. I forgot to mention that i think most of the missing subVis are nanonis operation related, not sure if thats a possible reason. 

 

An example of the path they are searching from. Most of the missing SubVIs that i shared in the prev post, are searching from this directory but when i access it, it isnt inside.

 

 

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Did you look at the "Requirements" section on the linked github page?

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Hi, 

 

Thank you for your help thus far.

 

If you're referring to the requirement shown on the attached image, then, yes i have installed nanonis v5 specs with nanonis programming interface. I have also installed LabView2020 evaluation version.

 

However, I have yet to establish any connection between the nanonis v5 specs software and labview2020. What i did was, to try to open the TCPIP.Server v2.vi using the labview2020 only and ran into those missing SubVIs errors.

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@Briantts wrote:

If you're referring to the requirement shown on the attached image, then, yes i have installed nanonis v5 specs with nanonis programming interface. I have also installed LabView2020 evaluation version.


I assume you installed LabVIEW first, then the drivers. Right?

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Hi,

 

Sorry for clarifying again, I am quite new to LabView. I thank you for your patience once again.

 

How do i check if i have any drivers installed? What i did was, going to https://www.ni.com/en/support/downloads/software-products/download.labview-student-software-suite.ht... and download the spring 2020 version. I didnt do any other settings.

 

Attahed is the NI Intrumental Driver Finder of my current labview.

 

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