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  1. Hi all. After mounth of continuosly running with zero problem, now I'm getting the error "-200557 Specified property cannot be set while the task is running. Set the property prior to starting the task, or stop the task propr to setting the property". First I got the error on my program (basically, a QMH acquiring data from a DAQ module). But I get the same error from the MAX Test Panel of the module, even after many restart of the Windows PC and even after I uninstalled and installed again the DAQmx drivers and the LabVIEW runtime. This is the error and the MAX window. The module is a DAQ NI 9215 and is mounted in the cDAQ-9171 USB chassis. In other PCs where the same LabVIEW program is running, with the same combination of hardware (9171 + 9215) the typical MAX device list is like that: with the chassis 9171 listed and the 9215 is listed as a board in the chassis. Unfortunally the PC and the boards are in a remote location and, at the moment, I'm not able to phisically unplug the usb chassis or change the board with a different one. Can somebody help me, suggesting something else I could try, having only a remote access to the Windows PC? Thank you, Marco.
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