Report [CR] LabVIEW Task Manager (LVTM) in Code Repository (Certified) Posted October 3, 2017 3 hours ago, sprezzaturon said: I installed your task manager on 2 of my Windows 7 Pro 32-bit systems running LabVIEW 2016. It installed GPower at version 184.108.40.206 and NI smartBalloon at 220.127.116.11. If I update either of the packages, your task manager package icon changes to "missing dependencies". So I've downgrade the two support packages so your Task Manager will run. Hi Ron, I haven't actually tried this, but I can see no reason why you shouldn't be able to update both packages without breaking LVTM. Sure, the package will complain about "missing dependencies", but that shouldn't matter because by then you've already done installed it and no longer need the package. The order in which this is done IS important however. First install LVTM along with the older dependent packages, THEN (optionally) upgrade the GPower and SmartBalloon packages.>> So I've downgrade the two support packages so your Task Manager will run.<< Are you saying that after the two package upgrades LVTM wouldn't run? In what way did it complain? 3 hours ago, sprezzaturon said: I also tried to install task manager on a Windows 7 Pro 64-bit system running the 32-bit version of LabVIEW 2016, but I get an error that the package is not compatible with the operating system. I have rechecked the package build specs, and both bitness of the OS and bitness of LabVIEW are set to allow both 32 and 64-bit -- so everything SHOULD be compatible, unless it is one of the dependent packages that is the problem (I've not tried this myself on 64-bit LabVIEW). When you got that error, did the error message explicitly state which "package is not compatible"?