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can't install NI-DAQmx toolbox on MATLAB 2020b

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LO
LO am 4 Dez. 2020
Bearbeitet: Unthinkable sol am 17 Apr. 2024
Just got a fresh new installation of MATLAB 2020b with server license on campus.
I am trying to install the Data Acquisition Toolbox Support Package for National Instruments NI-DAQmx Devices
from the add-on explorer
The installation/download proceed until the installation of third party software
then I am prompted with the following error
note: the latest MATLAB runtime version has been installed but the problem persists

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Anmol Dhiman
Anmol Dhiman am 7 Dez. 2020
Hi LO,
Refer to a similar question asked.
Regards,
Anmol Dhiman
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LO
LO am 7 Dez. 2020
thank you Anmol, I solved by restarting the system twice and trying to install twice the runtime libraries.
Somehow it was not straightforward and it is not clear why it worked....but it did :)

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Rvphilip
Rvphilip am 20 Jan. 2022
I faced a similar issue while i was working on a chatbot program. I noticed that this error is typically the result of a conflict between the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributables libraries supplied with MATLAB, and those that are supplied by some third party applications.
One particular application that we have seen cause this issue is VirtuMVP version 2.1.115.23214. If you are getting this error and have VirtuMVP installed, going back to a previous version of the C++ Redistibutable libraries should resolve the error.
Note: This error also applies to software called VIRTU, though, in most cases such as for my chatbot development services, this software had needed to be completely uninstalled in order for MATLAB to work.
The following should be done regardless whether or not you have the software mentioned above.
To revert to a previous version of the C++ Redistributable libraries, you should uninstall all versions of your current 2005 and 2008 C++ Redistributable libraries through your Windows Control Panel, and reboot you machine. You can then re-install them by running the MATLAB-provided installers which can be found in the following locations:
For 32-bit MATLAB:

Daniel
Daniel am 29 Jan. 2024
I encountered a similar issue while developing a chatbot using MATLAB. This error is often caused by conflicts between MATLAB's Visual C++ Redistributables and those from third-party applications. In my case, VirtuMVP version 2.1.115.23214 triggered the problem. If you face this error and have VirtuMVP installed, consider reverting to a previous version of the C++ Redistributable libraries. Uninstall all current 2005 and 2008 C++ Redistributables, reboot, and reinstall using MATLAB's provided installers. This fix is crucial, especially for an AI chatbot development company.

daffodil software
daffodil software am 12 Apr. 2024
If you're having trouble installing the NI-DAQmx toolbox on MATLAB 2020b, this is a common issue that can arise due to compatibility problems, installation errors, or other conflicts. Here are some steps you can take to try to resolve the issue:
1. Check Compatibility: Ensure that the version of the NI-DAQmx toolbox you are trying to install is compatible with MATLAB 2020b. National Instruments (NI) and MathWorks provide documentation on which versions of their software are compatible. If there's a compatibility issue, you may need to update your toolbox or MATLAB version.
2. Administrator Privileges: Make sure you have administrator privileges on your computer when installing the NI-DAQmx toolbox. Lack of proper permissions can prevent installation.
3. Disable Antivirus Software Temporarily: Sometimes, antivirus software can interfere with the installation of new programs. Try disabling your antivirus temporarily during the installation process.
4. Update Drivers: Ensure that the NI-DAQmx drivers are up to date. You can download the latest drivers from the National Instruments website.
5. MATLAB Path: Verify that MATLAB's path is correctly set up to include the NI-DAQmx functions. You can add paths using the `addpath` function in MATLAB.
6. Installation Order: Sometimes, the order of installation matters. Make sure you have installed the NI-DAQmx driver before attempting to install the toolbox in MATLAB.
7. Check for Error Messages: If you receive any error messages during installation, use them to guide your troubleshooting. Look up the error messages on MathWorks' support forums or NI's support resources for specific advice.
8. Consult Support Forums: Both MathWorks and National Instruments have support forums where you can search for others who have had similar issues or post your own question for assistance.
9. Reinstall NI-DAQmx: If none of the above steps work, try uninstalling and then reinstalling the NI-DAQmx software.
10. Contact Support: If you continue to have issues, contact MathWorks or National Instruments support for help. They may have additional troubleshooting steps or can help you resolve the issue directly.
Remember that specific steps may vary depending on the exact error message you're seeing and your system configuration. Always back up your work and important files before making significant changes to your system or software installations. This happens many a times with AI Development Service and mos probably with AI Development Company so don;t be helpless and try these step they will work for you.

Unthinkable sol
Unthinkable sol am 17 Apr. 2024
Bearbeitet: Unthinkable sol am 17 Apr. 2024
I had a similar problem developing a chat using MATLAB. This error is often caused by conflicts between MATLAB's Visual C++ Redistributables and third-party applications. In my case, VirtuMVP version 2.1.115.23214 triggered the problem. If you encounter this error and have installed VirtuMVP, consider redoing the C++ distribution libraries. Remove any existing 2005 and 2008 C++ redistributables, restart and reinstall using the installers provided by MATLAB. This fix is essential, especially for an AI development services.
If you are having trouble installing the NI-DAQmx Toolbox in MATLAB 2020b, this is a common problem that can occur due to compatibility issues, installation errors, or other conflicts. Here are some steps you can take to resolve the problem:Look for error messages: If you receive error messages during installation, use them as troubleshooting instructions. Search the MathWorks Support Forums or NI Support Resources for error messages for specific advice.Contact the Support Forums: Both MathWorks and National Instruments have support forums where you can search for others who have experienced similar problems or submit your question for help.Reinstall NI-DAQmx: If none of the above steps work, try uninstalling and then reinstalling the NI-DAQmx software.Contact Support: If problems persist, contact MathWorks or National Instruments Support. They may have other solutions to problems or they may help you fix the problem directly.Please note that the specific steps may vary depending on the error message displayed and your system configuration. Always back up your work and important files before making any important changes to your system or installing software. This happens many times with AI development service and probably AI development company so don't be helpless and try these steps, they will help you.

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