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  1. Trying to find information regarding how I can be sure that LabView Home will work with a particular piece of hardware. I might end up with one of NI's USB DAQ devices (like a USB-6000), or a DATAQ DI-149, or a Labjack U3-HV, or anything similar. Does LabView Home require a specific driver to recognize any of these devices? Is there a decent selection of those drivers readily available? I am trying to put together a simple DAQ system that will have RPM measurement up to around 20,000 rpm and two different full bridge strain gauge setups. LabView will would be much nicer than trying to use the software that comes with the Dataq or Labjack devices. Also - does LabView Home have the same capability that the full LabView has where you can write out an executable to run instead of having to run through LabView itself?
  2. Hello people, I am encountering a problem when i am trying to acquire a free license file...I am using Windows 8 and maybe the license i am trying is just not compatible with my windows...any suggestion where i can get the required license file??
  3. Hi all, I recently acquired a Basys3 board and read that it was designed to work exclusively with Vivado. I want to do some projects using Labview and have found that other boards, such as the Basys2 and the Nexys series are compatible with it and documentation is provided as to how to interface the boards with LV. I am just wondering if it is also possible to interface the Basys3 board with Labview. Thank you