I am trying to download DAC Exerciser, but whenever I click the download link, it sends me to a crashed website. Can you please send me a valid link? I am on Windows 10.
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I have seen the setup work on Windows 10, but I think the main issue at this point is how the installer is actually navigating / negotiating with the Windows file-system given all possible IT-oriented permutations which PCs can be deployed with, particularly in a corporate / business environment.
What we mean to say is the Software was extensively tested and deployed for Windows 7, but not maintained through Windows 10. Right now we are "testing the waters" with a new platform. Pending acceptance there, we will be migrating old tools to the new platform which will support Windows 10 in addition to Linux and Mac operating systems.
The other potential issue is that these tools leverage resources from National Instruments which occasionally have their own compatibility issues, specifically the NI VISA driver. Based on your error message I could see potential for there to be a NI VISA contention if you have other LV RunTimes etc. installed on that PC.