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05-23-2006 05:11 AM
The problem that you are experiencing is due to the BIOS of your particular PC.
I found an instance of the exact same behaviour that you have experienced by a customer with the same PC.
The notes from the application engineer who dealt with the issue previously show that he found a workaround: “To get the computer to boot, start up in safe mode and edited the registry tree "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE >> SYSTEM >> CurrentControlSet >> Services >> NIPALK" and change the "Start" key from "4" to "0". This allows the system to boot, but LabVIEW will not run.”
I have also found a Knowledge Base which refers to PCs with unsupported BIOS’ with the same behaviour as your PC. This contains a second workaround which should allow your PC to boot up:
I hope that this helps you
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