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Allow the installer to initialize and then select Next.
Before you proceed, ensure that all desired products to be installed are listed accordingly. Select Next to proceed.
If you wish to install hardware drivers to allow you to program hardware within the LabVIEW development environment, proceed to the following section, Install Hardware Drivers. If you do not need to install hardware drivers, proceed to the Launch LabVIEW section.
After installing LabVIEW Student Edition and any modules or toolkits, it is now the correct time to install hardware drivers.
You can obtain the hardware drivers to use with LabVIEW in two ways: (1) from the Device Drivers DVD or (2) from individual installers. You can obtain the Device Driver DVD from your software administrator if you are on a campus that has an Academic Site License, or you can download the individual driver that you need online (recommended).
Listed below are three of the most popular drivers:
There are also many other drivers available to download such as VISA, serial, and 488.2 (GPIB).
After you have downloaded or obtained the drivers that you wish to install, run the setup.exe file for each and proceed through the installation. After the successful installation of all drivers, restart your computer one final time.
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