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Could you try adding the following section to your Settings.ini file and try again?

 

 

[OGPM Options]

package cache folder="cache"

internet.tcp timeout (s)="60"

internet.proxy.enabled="FALSE"

internet.proxy.address=""

internet.proxy.port="0"

internet.proxy.username=""

internet.proxy.password=""

internet.proxy.Proxy Requires Password?="FALSE"

internet.proxy.Use System Proxy Settings?="FALSE"

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I updated my Settings.ini, Located @ C:\ProgramData\JKI\VIPM\Settings.ini with the suggested OGPM Options.

No luck still crashes with the same Error.

My Settings.ini now reads:

[General]
IsFirstLaunch="FALSE"
Check new ver. of App. on startup?="TRUE"
check for updates on startup?="TRUE"
Suppress Download warning?="FALSE"
Mass Compile After Package Install?="TRUE"
Refresh Palettes After Package Install?="TRUE"

[pkg list view settings]
only installable versions?="TRUE"
Sort Column Index="1"
sort order="ascending"
Group By="All"
VIPM show legend?="TRUE"
VIPM Column Widths="<size(s)=0> "
show deprecated?="FALSE"
show sub-packages?="FALSE"

[PCE settings]
PCE Sort Column Index="1"
PCE sort order="ascending"
PCE Group By="All"
PCE store packages on add?="TRUE"
PCE Recent File Paths.<size(s)>="0"
PCE show legend?="TRUE"
PCE Column Widths="<size(s)=0> "

[Targets]
Names.<size(s)>="4"
Names 0="LabVIEW"
Names 1="LabVIEW"
Names 2="LabVIEW"
Versions.<size(s)>="4"
Versions 0="12.0 (64-bit)"
Versions 1="12.0"
Versions 2="11.0 (64-bit)"
Locations.<size(s)>="4"
Locations 0="/C/Program Files/National Instruments/LabVIEW 2012/LabVIEW.exe"
Locations 1="/C/Program Files (x86)/National Instruments/LabVIEW 2012/LabVIEW.exe"
Locations 2="/C/Program Files/National Instruments/LabVIEW 2011/LabVIEW.exe"
Ports="<size(s)=4> 3365 3366 3364 3363"
Tested.<size(s)>="4"
Tested 0="FALSE"
Tested 1="FALSE"
Tested 2="FALSE"
Disabled.<size(s)>="4"
Disabled 0="FALSE"
Disabled 1="FALSE"
Disabled 2="FALSE"
Connection Timeout="120"
Active Target.Name="LabVIEW"
Active Target.Version="12.0 (64-bit)"
PingDelay(ms)="-1"
PingTimeout(ms)="60000"
Names 3="LabVIEW"
Versions 3="8.0"
Locations 3="/C/Program Files (x86)/National Instruments/LabVIEW 8.0/LabVIEW.exe"
Tested 3="FALSE"
Disabled 3="FALSE"

[VIPB Settings]
Last Build Settings.Recent Source Folder \5B \5D.<size(s)>="0"
Last Build Settings.Recent Project Name \5B \5D.<size(s)>="0"
Last Build Settings.Organization Name=""
Regenerate Icons and Palettes="Prompt User"
Launch LabVIEW="Prompt User"
Update functions and controls palette  icons="Prompt User"
Add Dependencies as Internal by Default="TRUE"

[Repository]
Repository URLs.<size(s)>="0"
Repository Folders.<size(s)>="0"
Perform SVN Update?="Prompt"
Perform SVN Commit?="Prompt"
Disable Built-In Subscriptions="FALSE"
Repository Names.<size(s)>="0"
Sub Enabled.<size(s)>="0"
Last Managed Path=""
Sub TOS Agreed MD5.<size(s)>="0"
LVTN TOS Agreed MD5=""
VIPN TOS Agreed MD5=""
Managed Repositories Enabled.<size(s)>="0"

[Window Positions]
VIPM Window Bounds.bottom="0"
VIPM Window Bounds.right="0"
VIPM Window Bounds.top="0"
VIPM Window Bounds.left="0"
PCE Window Bounds.bottom="0"
PCE Window Bounds.right="0"
PCE Window Bounds.top="0"
PCE Window Bounds.left="0"
VIPB2 Window Bounds.bottom="0"
VIPB2 Window Bounds.right="0"
VIPB2 Window Bounds.top="0"
VIPB2 Window Bounds.left="0"
VIPA Window Bounds.bottom="0"
VIPA Window Bounds.right="0"
VIPA Window Bounds.top="0"
VIPA Window Bounds.left="0"
Display:All Monitors.<size(s)>="0"

[OGPM Options]
package cache folder="cache"
internet.tcp timeout (s)="60"
internet.proxy.enabled="FALSE"
internet.proxy.address=""
internet.proxy.port="0"
internet.proxy.username=""
internet.proxy.password=""
internet.proxy.Proxy Requires Password?="FALSE"
internet.proxy.Use System Proxy Settings?="FALSE"

 

Here are the messages:

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Could you try adding the following section to your Settings.ini file and try again?

 

 

[OGPM Options]

package cache folder="cache"

internet.tcp timeout (s)="60"

internet.proxy.enabled="FALSE"

internet.proxy.address=""

internet.proxy.port="0"

internet.proxy.username=""

internet.proxy.password=""

internet.proxy.Proxy Requires Password?="FALSE"

internet.proxy.Use System Proxy Settings?="FALSE"

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In the immortal words of Professor Farnsworth:

Good news, everyone!

 

The good news? VIPM is working!

Michael Aivaliotis has directed me to a new version of VIPM that works without a hiccup.

 

This at least for me has solved an ongoing hang issue. I dialed in a musical arrangement for the attempt

for the download and install.

Once the install completed and it launched successfully with my fingers crossed I proceeded to install some packages the JKI State Machine and the Open G libs

at the completion of this I verified the pallets are present in Labview.

 

Note: I didn't uninstall anything this was a Install over the previous version that was not functioning so hopefully for anyone else no prep work is required.

 

Feeling somewhat victorious, I finished off the gambit with

to ring in the Triumph! Thank you very much Michael. :D

 

 

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Hello guys,

 

I'm getting exactly the same error (Same Access Violation and same EIP) ) as JMOS does.

I have tried updating drivers, changing the ini-file, turning of firewalls and any other thing in any combination mentioned above.

 

In the end (after dozens of hours of trying stuff) I gave up and did a clean reinstall of all NI software (including deleting all registry keys) and did not make any difference.

 

I have an Alienware laptop with an i7-3840QM CPU @ 2.8 GHz.

Is it known that this CPU causes these issues?

 

Being an NI employee I haven't yet experienced any of these issues on other laptops or desktops.

This really blocks my ability to install several toolkits on this laptop.

 

Based on the explanation it is unclear to me what is exactly going wrong here.

Are there any new releases planned that will fix this issue?

If not, what can I do to fix this?

 

Thanks in advance!

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