LabVIEW: File is not a resource file. The file 'xxxxx.VI' is not a valid LabVIEW file
If LabVIEW closes upon trying to open the VI, then it has become corrupt. Many factors can cause data corruption including unexpected power outages, hard drive failures, bad sectors, and bad RAM.
Unfortunately, there is no way to recover the VI or to extract certain parts of the VI from the corrupted file. The only option when encountering a corrupt VI is to start with a blank VI and reprogram the corrupted VI.
For an .exe file:
This can be caused in .exe files if any of the files being packaged into the executable don't have an extension. This is most commonly caused by VIs without a.vi extension. Verify that all your files have correct extensions and rebuild the .exe file.
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