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The linked article specifically states that it is for Windows and has you go through the process of creating drivers and installing them in Windows so that process isn't possible on RT.  Also NI sells PCI and USB based FPGA's that can be programmed with LabVIEW, but I assume you went with a custom chip for a reason.

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thank  you for your replay hooovahh. this  http://www.ni.com/tutorial/3142/en/  link say that Developers who write Real-Time driver code for third-partyPXI, CompactPCI (cPCI) and PCI devices can access the control/status registers (CSRs) and shared memory through a common PCI programming interface provided by NI-VISA.so i follow http://www.ni.com/tutorial/3142/en/ to step 7 and i see my pci card in ni max but i cant read /write data.

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Sorry no idea, I didn't even know this was possible.  I'd contact NI support if you don't get any other suggestions.

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thanks for your replay. i search in the internet and i find that this is possible but i must write one driver and install that with ni max on pharlap RT remote system. in picture you can see one sample of it. so my question is that how can i write this driver? is any document or idea for that??  

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