LabView: Resource not found

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murat

10th October
Posts: 2


I am trying to launch the app but I keep receiving
"LabView: Resource not found.
lvanlys.dll "

I am using Windows 11. Can that be the problem?
bartschroder

10th October
Posts: 464

Hello Murat,
Do you have Labview already installed on your system?

Also, which version of the app are you installing - the 32 bit or 64 bit versions?
Make sure you run setup.exe to install, and answer yes to all install questions.

Thanks,
Bart
Cleverscope
murat

10th October
Posts: 2

I did not install Labview.

The version is x64.

And yes, I clicked on "yes" to all install questions.
rhcarter rhcarter

11th October
Posts: 92

Hi Murat,
There is a bug in Labview running on AMD processors. It has been fixed in v2020 but we currently use v2017. The problem is actually with the loading of lvanlys.dll and Windows make the wrong call so we have to tell it the correct value.

Here is the fix-
1) Add a new environmental variable in Windows: Control Panel » System » Advanced System Settings » Advanced » Environment Variables » System variables (the bottom part of the dialog) » New
2) Put MKL_DEBUG_CPU_TYPE as Variable name
3) Put 4 or 5 as Variable value
4) Confirm OK multiple times to close all dialogs
5) (A Windows restart might be needed.)

Ng? mihi,
Roger
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