Right click on the Call Library Function node and ensure that your program has the correct file path to your .dll.
If the file path is correct, load your .dll into a dependency checker program that will make sure that you are not missing any dependencies.
There is an open source dependency checker on GitHub that would work for this job, although it is not the only software that would work for checking dependencies.
If there is a dependency missing, you will need to place the dependency in the correct location or statically include the dependency when you build the .dll. The particular methods for doing this will depend on your programming language and particular application.
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LabVIEW Call Library Function Node Gets Function Not Found in Library Error
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