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ADC12J1600 - Evaluation GUI

Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ADC12J1600, ADC12J1600EVMPart Number: ADC12J1600

Application: Prototyping

Question type: Development and troubleshooting

Support topic: /Tools & software/Help me with an issue/Design Kits / Evaluation Modules / Boards/Software issue/

Description of the problem: Hello,

I am trying to properly run the ADC12J1600EVM GUI software. The location of the downloadable zip is here: . I've downloaded the zip and installed the GUI. When I run the GUI I receive errors before start up, related to the Gmath library:
Example. LabVIEW: Resource not found
An error occurred loading VI 'NI_Gmath.lvlib:Cosine' LabVIEW load error code 3: Could not load front panel.

The GUI then opens, and fails to work while presenting a broken arrow symbol.

I've had a colleague of mine download the zip and install the GUI on his machine, where he has a working version of LabVIEW, and the GUI works fine. I suspect LabVIEW provides this Gmath library.

My question is, without a license for LabVIEW how should I go about getting the necessary libraries to run the ADC12J1600EVM GUI?


  • Nikolai,

    It looks like you are missing the labview runtime. This is generally distributed with our HSDC pro software. HSDC Pro is used along with the TI capture cards (TSW1400, TSW14J56, TSW14J50, TSW14J10). Please install HSDC Pro - this should fix the problem as HSDC Pro will install a labview runtime engine.

  • Hi Nikolai

    Please let us know if the problem still exists after you have High Speed Data Converter Pro software installed.

    I'm going to delete your other duplicate/similar posts so it is easier for others to find the answer to this question in the future.

    Best regards,

    Jim B

  • Ken & Jim,

    I apologize for the duplicate posts. The loading screen for the posts did not complete after a long time, so I assumed that I hadn't posted and would try again today. The posts also did not show up in my recent posts history that day, but next time I'll keep that in mind.

    It looks like I fixed the problem with the suggestion Ken made. I already had the HSDC Pro software installed, but I didn't know they were exactly related. Therefore, the two GUI's (HSDC Pro & ADC12J1600EVM) were in separate folders. After combining the two, the ADC12J1600EVM GUI starts up properly without errors, or without a broken arrow symbol.

    Thank you for the help.