When I tried the evaluation software for the AD7480 I got the error message mentioned above.
Has anyone come across this issue before?
I found this data on the National Instruments website which fixed the issue.
Executable Version (7.1.1) Doesn't Match Resource File (7.1)
Primary Software:Primary Software Version: 7.1.1Primary Software Fixed Version: N/ASecondary Software: N/A
Problem:When trying to run a VI that was built into an executable, I get the following error: Executable Version (7.1.1) Doesn't Match Resource File (7.1) Check Your Configuration. I have recently updated LabVIEW from 7.1 to version 7.1.1. The VI that the executable was built from works fine on this machine but the stand-alone executable does not.This error is also occurring when I try to open Measurement and Automation Explorer or the Vision Assistant.Solution:This problem occurs due to a corrupted or incomplete LabVIEW 7.1.1 Run-Time Engine installation. Run-time engine corruptions or incomplete installations can happen for a variety of reasons, but one more common way your run-time engine can get in this state in LabVIEW 7.1 was due to a very specific software bug.The LabVIEW 7.1 and 7.1.1 Run-Time Engine each have two types of installers. One type is the .msi based standard installer that can be downloaded from ni.com and is installed as a separate application. Another variety of the run-time engine is a merge module based installer that is distributed with applications created with the LabVIEW Application Builder when you choose the option to build an installer including the run-time engine. It is when you install this second type of run-time engine that you can encounter this error.If you have the LabVIEW 7.1.1 run-time engine installed on your machine (either through having the LabVIEW 7.1.1 development environment installed, or through one of the two run-time engines described above), and you later run the LabVIEW 7.1 merge module run-time engine installer (as opposed to either of the 7.1.1 run-time installers or the .msi 7.1 installer) the LabVIEW 7.1 Run-Time Engine merge module installer will corrupt your 7.1.1 run-time engine by replacing your 7.1.1 run-time engine's resource file with a 7.1 version without replacing the 7.1.1 run-time engine dll. When this happens your run-time engine has a mismatch in versions between the run-time engine dll and its resource file. Since the Run-Time Engine is needed to run LabVIEW executables, this installation will have to be repaired. To repair the LabVIEW 7.1.1 Run-Time Engine, complete the following steps:
Note: In Measurement & Automation Explorer the LabVIEW Run-time Engine 7.1.1 will not appear under the Software folder. To verify that the software is installed check under National Instruments Software in Add or Remove Programs.
The issue has been fixed in LabVIEW 8.x by eliminating the merge module based installer and only including the .msi version of the Run-Time Engine installer with all application builder installers created. One way to avoid this problem in LabVIEW 7.1.x is to build all of your applications that include the run-time engine with LabVIEW 7.1.1. Another option is to build your application installer without the run-time engine support, and include the run-time msi installer to be run after your application installs on the target machine.
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