I recently downloaded and installed DXP DAC Exerciser program (http://www.ti.com/tool/DXP) and am immediately running into issues. The program installed without any issues, but when I start-up DXP, I am confronted with a File Explorer prompt asking me to "Find the .NET Assembly named "TiDacEvmClient.dll"". At the same time there is a prompt (DXP_Main.vi) that is blocked, trying to search a file path on my computer that doesn't exist for that same .dll.
I searched my computer for this TiDacEvmClient.dll and it doesn't exist. So I hit cancel on the File Explorer prompt and the DXP_Main.vi prompt tries to continue. It quickly throws up a succession of errors:
LabView: Resource not found. An error occurred loading VI 'NI_AALBase.lvlib:Sawtooth Wave.vi'. LabView load error code 3: Could not find front panel.
I hit "Ok" and this same type of error gets thrown for 'NI_AALBase.lvlib:Square Wave.vi', '...:Triangle Wave...', '...:Sine Wave...', and finally I get a massive block of error text which you can see in the attached file. Clicking "Ok" makes all of these error messages go away, but DXP is completely non-functional.
How do I fix these errors? Is this a problem with the executable I downloaded? Is it a Texas Instrument problem, or a National Instruments problem? My PC is running Windows 10.
Thanks in advance for your help,