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I’m glad you got our dlls to work with Labview. I’ll mark your post and answered. View This Post. Hi Dayoung I am able to make my code work.

I get the desired output from the function. Hi Shankar, I looked on the NI forums and there seems to be people with similar issues. Oops it is not CP, it is CP Typo error. Hi Shankar, I’m glad you got our dlls to work with Labview. Regards, Dayoung. Related Questions Nothing found. Trending Topics. Microsoft really doesn’t know what they really want to do.

This one is interesting but based on a platfom that is autoupdating forcefully it seems more useful to go directly to Linux for industrial applications. I’ve been eying Linux with the advent of Windows All my toolkits except the MDI Toolkit are tested and work under Linux – it is just the NI licencing toolkit that prevents distribution for now on that platform.

Vision is a rare requirement for me but, none-the-less, I really want a single platform rather than “choices” dependent on requirements. That used to be Windows but it looks no longer fit-for-purpose. If the holes in support are gradually closed preferably by NI then I would make the transition to Linux as the first-choice platform.

Makulu Linux has a feature whereby you can create a distribution as a clone of your desktop so I’m looking to see how that works ‘cos that’s brilliant and just the job! At this point I am fairly comfortable about breaking odd years of Windows only development with a move to Linux for test and automation.

Not simply like that. It was part of project work so copyright is an issue. And it is definitely a to big project to tackle as a one man show. And unfortunately the IMAQ control does not seem to work on non Windows platforms eventhough it is mostly a built in control in LabVIEW itself and not provided by the IMAQ Vision software, so there is the need to add an additional element to handle efficient display of images in some form of external window and that is thanks to different windows managers not always straight forward.

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Followers 6. Reply to this topic Start new topic. Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2. Recommended Posts. Posted August 21, Link to comment. ShaunR Posted August 21, The update from Win 7 to Win 10 was problem free for me, but did take a long time. Yair Posted August 23, Posted August 23, The two things which are still annoying me: You can’t pin arbitrary items to the start menu. If you want it there, you have to copy it to the correct folder and it appears in the apps list, from which you can pin it.

Windows Update decides on its own when it will install updates and restart your computer. Apparently this can be overridden with a group policy, which I have now set, so I will see if that works. Val Brown Posted August 23, Neil Pate Posted August 23, I am also getting on OK with Win ThomasGutzler Posted August 24, Posted August 24, Posted January 15, Did I miss something in Labview?

Posted January 16, I upgraded to Windows 10 I like the backup program better, Windows 10 boots faster. I was able to create a virtual machine with Oracle Virtual box much easier than windows 7. So its still windows just newer Yair Posted January 17, Posted January 17, Flame Posted January 29, Posted January 29, edited. ShaunR Posted May 25, Posted May 25, edited.

There were 4 main killers for me. Updates are forced by Microsoft when connected to the Internet which not only means that we no longer have control over versioning of a deployment but we also have no control over bandwidth usage. The only options are for immediate update or deferred 6 months update. WE are no longer able to stage deployments with tested targets that are guaranteed to remain stable and prevent mutation of the customers system. Resource usage by background windows processes that cannot be disabled are prohibitive for DAQ and unpredictable when they occur yes I’m looking at you “Microsoft Common Language runtime native compiler” It is opaque as to exactly what information is being sent to Microsoft and the system is set for maximum disclosure of private data as default.

This means it is difficult or even impossible to guarantee a customers privacy. Even if a comprehensive assessment is made of leaked information, there is no confidence that settings will not be reverted or measures circumvented by future updates see Item 1. At present this can be disabled in the services but I am not confident that will always be the case.

This has caused a couple of mobile applications to exceed limits and result in reduced service speeds and high data usage charges. Edited May 25, by ShaunR. Posted May 25,

 
 

 

Labview 2014 windows 10

 

Vision is a rare requirement for me but, none-the-less, I really want a single platform rather than “choices” dependent on requirements. That used to be Windows but it looks no longer fit-for-purpose. If the holes in support are gradually closed preferably by NI then I would make the transition to Linux as the first-choice platform.

Makulu Linux has a feature whereby you can create a distribution as a clone of your desktop so I’m looking to see how that works ‘cos that’s brilliant and just the job!

At this point I am fairly comfortable about breaking odd years of Windows only development with a move to Linux for test and automation. Not simply like that. It was part of project work so copyright is an issue. And it is definitely a to big project to tackle as a one man show. And unfortunately the IMAQ control does not seem to work on non Windows platforms eventhough it is mostly a built in control in LabVIEW itself and not provided by the IMAQ Vision software, so there is the need to add an additional element to handle efficient display of images in some form of external window and that is thanks to different windows managers not always straight forward.

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Recommended Posts. Posted August 21, Link to comment. ShaunR Posted August 21, The update from Win 7 to Win 10 was problem free for me, but did take a long time. Yair Posted August 23, Posted August 23, The two things which are still annoying me: You can’t pin arbitrary items to the start menu. If you want it there, you have to copy it to the correct folder and it appears in the apps list, from which you can pin it.

Windows Update decides on its own when it will install updates and restart your computer. Apparently this can be overridden with a group policy, which I have now set, so I will see if that works. Val Brown Posted August 23, Neil Pate Posted August 23, I am also getting on OK with Win ThomasGutzler Posted August 24, Posted August 24, Posted January 15, Did I miss something in Labview?

Posted January 16, I upgraded to Windows 10 I like the backup program better, Windows 10 boots faster. I was able to create a virtual machine with Oracle Virtual box much easier than windows 7. So its still windows just newer Yair Posted January 17, Posted January 17, Flame Posted January 29, Posted January 29, edited.

ShaunR Posted May 25, Posted May 25, edited. There were 4 main killers for me. Updates are forced by Microsoft when connected to the Internet which not only means that we no longer have control over versioning of a deployment but we also have no control over bandwidth usage. The only options are for immediate update or deferred 6 months update. WE are no longer able to stage deployments with tested targets that are guaranteed to remain stable and prevent mutation of the customers system.

Resource usage by background windows processes that cannot be disabled are prohibitive for DAQ and unpredictable when they occur yes I’m looking at you “Microsoft Common Language runtime native compiler” It is opaque as to exactly what information is being sent to Microsoft and the system is set for maximum disclosure of private data as default. This means it is difficult or even impossible to guarantee a customers privacy.

Even if a comprehensive assessment is made of leaked information, there is no confidence that settings will not be reverted or measures circumvented by future updates see Item 1. At present this can be disabled in the services but I am not confident that will always be the case.

This has caused a couple of mobile applications to exceed limits and result in reduced service speeds and high data usage charges. Edited May 25, by ShaunR. Posted May 25, Rolf Kalbermatter Posted May 27, Posted May 27, edited. On at PM, ShaunR said:. ShaunR Posted May 27, By Rawan Esam , March By Harris Hu , March 2.

By Norm Kirchner , August 6, By Guru Prasath , January By torekp , December 22, By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. Followers 1. Reply to this topic Start new topic. Recommended Posts. Posted January 30, Hi, i’m a newbie in LabVIEW world i need some help here could anyone help me with this installation problem? What should i do to solve this? Link to comment. Posted January 31, That might work for many applications, however in my experience this causes more trouble than resetting your computer and installing everything from scratch.

Check the Recovery options in Windows 10 to learn how to do that use the ‘Remove everything’ option and make sure to create backups of your important files first. This will of course require you to install and configure all of your applications again including all settings you’ve don in Windows! Don’t do that if you don’t know how! It might be that LV specifically has issues on Windows Your license key will work with different versions of LabVIEW however should work with every version from 8.

Try downloading the latest version from their site search over the web, or go to their FTP servers. Manudelavega Posted February 1, Posted February 1, edited.

Edited February 1, by Manudelavega. Posted February 1, ShaunR Posted February 2, Posted February 2, LabVIEW 32 bit not supported.

 
 

Labview 2014 windows 10.Running an Older LabVIEW Executable on Windows 10

 
 

I took the plunge myself and was wondering how others are fairing on Windows Most of the issues I encountered have to do with default settings in W10 that allow background processes like anti-malware to just pop into memory at any time and suck the cpu dry. I spent a whole day disabling and tweaking things to prevent thoughtless cpu hogging. It’s difficult to know where to start with Windows People are reporting that its background processes ARE malware. A brave soul, indeed!

Considering it required me to run the installation three times and on the third time manually disconnect all my external hard drives, optical drives, and peripherals to get it to work Can’t say I’m too optimistic. Will report back when I’ve been running with it for a bit longer. My only real issues so far is with a Cisco VPN Client, that no longer works at all so I need to use a Windows 7 PC still to get access to my factory located test systems.

One thing that I found to be very helpful is a little utility call Process Tamer. It does just what it says and immediately slowed down annoying windows background tasks.

I was going to revert back to Windows 7 but now everything is just groovy! You know you only have 1 month to revert back if you decide you don’t like the upgrade, don’t you? For the most part, I’m managing fine with Windows 10 after setting a bunch of preferences I had which it decided to reset. Certain things about it are nice, like the window management. The two things which are still annoying me:. Yair I was able to pin a number of “arbitrary” apps to the Start Panel but it’s a bit of an uncertain and occult process: I can’t tell what actually worked and what didn’t.

One thing I did find out was that pinning an app to the Taskbar helped as a first step, but your local results may vary. The start menu behaviour annoyed me so I installed Start10 which makes it behave more like a hybrid of Windows 7 which I thought worked quite well and Win I pin my frequently used apps to the Taskbar one less click to open, compared to pinning to the start menu.

I did start with a fresh install, not an upgrade from Windows 7. The only thing I had to fix was the scrolling for my Wireless Desktop mouse but the Wireless Desktop configuration application lets you select applications for which scrolling doesn’t work and somehow makes it work. I don’t pin things in the start menu but I find it’s too tile-y.

Will have to look into that “Start10” thing. I’m running Windows 10 and Labview sp1. The screen comes up but it will not allow me to select it. I like the backup program better, Windows 10 boots faster. I turned off updates, disabled tiles on the start menu. I have noticed too that pining something to the start menu is nebulous. I had trouble with my scanner driver. I had to strip it off with on external tool and reinstall it.

After that it worked fine. I don’t see any issue like this with LV and I can alt-tab to any LV window or can alt-tab and use the mouse to click the relevant window. One thing to note is that the alt-tab dialog in Windows 10 does remember the original order of the windows and doesn’t bunch all of the LV windows together, like older versions used to.

They’re still only pinned as tiles, not as a list, but at least they’re there. Same for me, with LV SP1. And these testimonials of the wealthy affiliate are awesome as I spent a whole day disabling and tweaking things to prevent thoughtless cpu hogging.

My understanding is there is corporate versions that do not or can be set to not update automatically. This may not be the stock Dell computer, though. Apparently they can only be deferred by months and security updates cannot be prevented at all.

So the only way to prevent a test stand from going down due to a Windows update reboot is to create a completely isolated network. That does not bode well for remote equipment support and fast response to issues. You can always use Windows 7 until end of life. It seems the time is ripe for Linux RT Desktop :. My development cycle is quite long years , so starting now means I’ll be ready. Putting anything Linux on a plant floor would be interesting.

I’ve recently had to explain to one plant’s IT that it is a VERY-Bad-Idea TM to perform Windows updates during production and that was why the test stand incorrectly failed dozens of parts then rebooted. I’ve been using OpenCV on Windows in several proof of concept apps and been dabbling with the Linux side of that a little.

It definitely looks like W10 is not going to be used much for any real industrial application platform. Maybe the embedded variant has some more customization options, but that has its own bucket of complications. Microsoft really doesn’t know what they really want to do. This one is interesting but based on a platfom that is autoupdating forcefully it seems more useful to go directly to Linux for industrial applications.

I’ve been eying Linux with the advent of Windows All my toolkits except the MDI Toolkit are tested and work under Linux – it is just the NI licencing toolkit that prevents distribution for now on that platform.

Vision is a rare requirement for me but, none-the-less, I really want a single platform rather than “choices” dependent on requirements. That used to be Windows but it looks no longer fit-for-purpose. If the holes in support are gradually closed preferably by NI then I would make the transition to Linux as the first-choice platform.

Makulu Linux has a feature whereby you can create a distribution as a clone of your desktop so I’m looking to see how that works ‘cos that’s brilliant and just the job! At this point I am fairly comfortable about breaking odd years of Windows only development with a move to Linux for test and automation. Not simply like that. It was part of project work so copyright is an issue. And it is definitely a to big project to tackle as a one man show. And unfortunately the IMAQ control does not seem to work on non Windows platforms eventhough it is mostly a built in control in LabVIEW itself and not provided by the IMAQ Vision software, so there is the need to add an additional element to handle efficient display of images in some form of external window and that is thanks to different windows managers not always straight forward.

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Clear editor. Upload or insert images from URL. By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. Followers 6. Reply to this topic Start new topic. Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2. Recommended Posts. Posted August 21, Link to comment. ShaunR Posted August 21, The update from Win 7 to Win 10 was problem free for me, but did take a long time.

Yair Posted August 23, Posted August 23, The two things which are still annoying me: You can’t pin arbitrary items to the start menu. If you want it there, you have to copy it to the correct folder and it appears in the apps list, from which you can pin it. Windows Update decides on its own when it will install updates and restart your computer. Apparently this can be overridden with a group policy, which I have now set, so I will see if that works. Val Brown Posted August 23, Neil Pate Posted August 23, I am also getting on OK with Win ThomasGutzler Posted August 24, Posted August 24, Posted January 15, Did I miss something in Labview?

Posted January 16, I upgraded to Windows 10 I like the backup program better, Windows 10 boots faster. I was able to create a virtual machine with Oracle Virtual box much easier than windows 7.

So its still windows just newer Yair Posted January 17,