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vrf Loading Runtime-version

Question asked by f.vollink on Feb 28, 2000
Hi Martin,

you have to run the instrument manager, you probably deleted an instrument
driver. These are stored into the file vee.io.
When you add the device again, or copy an old vee.io file, the problem
should be solved.

Regards,
Friedrich Vllink.

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> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van:     Martin.Alles@temic-semi.de [SMTP:Martin.Alles@temic-semi.de]
> Verzonden:     Monday 28 February 2000 16:31
> Aan:     vrf@lvld.hp.com
> Onderwerp:     vrf Loading Runtime-version
>
> Hello,
>
> if I save a "secured runtime version", it's not possible for me, to load
> this version again on the same pc. I always get an error 729 "File format
> is
> invalid". If I save the secured run-time version without the option
> "binary
> run time format" I get an error 904 "Invalid device encountered".
> Does anyone know, what to do, to get rid of this errors?
> I use HP VEE 5.0 on an Windows-NT 4.0 Workstation.
> Best regards,
>
> Martin Alles
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