Message 3 of Message 5 of I’ve located the DLL in the system 32 folder of my dev machine and I’ve copied it to multiple different locations on the remote machine. If you’re not already a member, consider joining. I’ve tried to flush the memory each time, it works better crash after 30 min, before it was 10 sec Sign up using Email and Password. Is there any way to make labview automatically pull the DLLs into it so that it can be installed on other machines?

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I am satisfied with the single and multi-voltage read in and controls. Your use of this site is subject to the terms and conditions set forth adcantech Legal Notices and the Privacy Policy.

There is a single DLL file listed in the dependencies, but I can’t move it to the “always include”. Tell me more of your probles and I’ll try to help or send you a Demo VIs. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Message 2 of The thing thats confusing to me is that it’s seemingly only the one DLL that I need since its the only one listed in the file structure yet no matter how I configure it I still have problems.

If I try to build a zip file of my VI I get a single error message because of that file. Care to share with me? To search the site, enter your search terms in the box labeled “search the site” and hit Enter.


If it is your code, please provide it. I am using Can anyone guide me please? I’m currently using several advantech devices with LabView, When I use one function with the dll it use memory, if I call it several time the memory used increased over and over The system 32 folder is exactly where their installer puts the DLLs.

Changed my way of measuring to avoid the problem. They are looking for a DLL and can’t find it, that’s basically what’s going wrong. DLLs often have external dependencies which you can’t see from the top level. Please log in and try again.

I did a quick search of Advantech’s website and found a little information. A program like Dependency Walker can help, but generally it’s best to just have the proper installers. I don’t think it’s technically needed, but it can probably be useful for debugging.


I just want to note that I often build and deploy applications that interface with a DLL to control a camera. Put something in that displays or allows you to probe the exact file path to make sure the dll is in the right spot.

Message 6 of What are you actually seeing? When you build an installer you can specify a program to run after installation, so you could write a batch file to move the file for you from the data directory to wherever but that’s a labbview.


If not, this is probably not the right place to ask.

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You must be a Control. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. I am using advantech for Labview driver. What’s more there’s little info on tutorial on DMA functions. Message 10 of I was wondering if there was an existing solution to avoid crash from the dll You have to explicitly download the bit version of LabView so if you don’t know what version you have you probably have the bit version.

But I am having problem using the DMA function to acquire multiple analog input channels for fast reading and accuracy.