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  1. QUOTE (LV_FPGA_SE @ Sep 10 2008, 08:44 PM) Thanks. Let's give it a try.
  2. QUOTE (LV_FPGA_SE @ Sep 10 2008, 01:13 PM) The folders saying Connector 0, 1, etc have the I/Os in them.
  3. QUOTE (LV_FPGA_SE @ Sep 9 2008, 11:26 AM) Yea, I did all of those. The strange part is that when I click on the I/O references, it says "No I/O Available". I am very sure I have configured the I/O for my target correctly.
  4. QUOTE (LV_FPGA_SE @ Sep 9 2008, 11:01 AM) This could be useful. :thumbup:
  5. QUOTE (LV_FPGA_SE @ Jun 26 2008, 08:11 AM) For the "Use 8 Channels", how do I use it? When I try to compile it, it says channel not found. When I actually assign a channel to it, the wire between the cluster and subVI becomes broken.
  6. QUOTE (ned @ Sep 9 2008, 06:38 AM) I only compiles the top-level VI, and I open the reference to the top level VI. I use only call the subVI from the top-level VI.
  7. Hello, I have a few FPGA VI's that contains AI, AO, or DO (the way I wanted to group them). Now, I have put these FPGA VI's as sub VI's in a top-level FPGA VI, and have linked them up like you normally would in other non FPGA Labview programs. Then, I would compile it, and put a Open Reference, Read/Write, Close Reference, in the RT VI. And.... it doesn't work. Obviously, I am doing something wrong. Can someone teach me how to do it? It would be rather crazy to try to fit all 96 DIO controls into one top-level FPGA VI. Thank you.
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