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Hi all, I,m new in this forum and any help will be apreciate.

I installed a RTX runtime in XP SP2 with Labview 82 installed yet, after I reboot the computer and restarting appears a screen to select XP normal or RT XP support, I select RT XP support, aftyer this I install Labview real Time 82. I go to one of the examples opening the project manager and over RT target change the address to "localhost" and select OS to RTX, run the vi, starts to deploy but is stopped by an error "Failed to connect to RT engine"

Anyone can help me please?

Thanks in advance

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According to NI, RTX is not compatible with WinXP SP2:

The LabVIEW Real-Time Module for RTX Targets is Incompatible with the Windows XP Service Pack 2—National Instruments does not recommend installing the Windows XP Service Pack 2 with the LabVIEW Real-Time Module for RTX Targets. The LabVIEW Real-Time Module for RTX Targets may not be fully compatible with the Windows XP Service Pack 2. Refer to the National Instruments Web site at ni.com/info and enter the info code winxpsp2 for information about NI products and Windows XP Service Pack 2 compatibility.

Read more on troubleshooting RTX here.

From what I understand, RTX is no longer actively supported by NI and it was never a smashing success for them. We tried to use it on only one project, and had a host of difficulties getting it to work consistently.

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Thanks for your response and for your information , it is very usefull.

About the comment of yen, sorry as I told I,m new in this forum, I will take in count in the future.

Thanks a lot again for your help

regards

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As said, you should include a link to this thread over there. That way, if someone does want to answer the thread, they can click the link and see which responses you already got.

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