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vrf USB from MC anyone?

Question asked by paul.brown on Dec 8, 2005
The short answer is that we are building the machine with a 32-bit OS as we
speak.  I found that VEE was a bit unstable in the 64-bit environment, and
that really wasn't what we wanted to deal with.  If your system is mission
critical, I think you are best using the 32-bit OS at this point.  Sorry, no
experience with the IO libraries.  When can we expect a 64-bit version of
VEE?  Or even better, when can we expect to see a Unix/Linux version of VEE


Paul M. Brown
Senior Engineer
Ramgen Power Systems, Inc.

-----Original Message-----
From: Stan Bischof []
Sent: Thursday, December 08, 2005 10:00 AM
Subject: RE[2]: [vrf] USB from MC anyone?

Paul Brown <> wrote:
> I am using the USB Digital I/O boxes from Eagle Technology.  They come
> VEE drivers (.dll) and appear to be working fine, once you get the
> appropriate USB drivers and .dll files installed.  (Installation
> documentation and scripts could be clearer.)  You can find them on the web
> at  One problem that I did have is that
> they don't have USB drivers to work with 64 bit Windows, just so you know.

Since you have 64-bit system and I hope to have one someday...

How does VEE behave on the system?
How about the IO libraries?
Any other related issues?


Stan Bischof  Agilent Technologies  707-577-3994

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