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Drivers for LabView Express 7.1

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Drivers are completely seperate from and non-essential to LabVIEW. You can s

imply install them on an "as needed" basis if you like. LabVIEW versions 7.0

and 7.1 are independent releases of LabVIEW and should install just fine on

their own. We do not ship

one with the other, so if you seem to have both of them, then perhaps they g

ot mixed together. In contrast, LabVIEW 7.1.1 is an upgrade (dependent on La

bVIEW 7.1 being installed), but I would not install it unless you are experi

encing one of the bugs that

the upgrade fixes (check the release notes if you're curious what those are)

. For a first-time install, I would recommend simply installing LabVIEW 7.1,

and when you get to the drivers section, simply exit out of the install. Th

en, depending on what hard

ware you will be using with LabVIEW, I would download the latest drivers fro

m our <a href="/app/links/?link=http://digital.ni.com/softlib.nsf/MainPage?ReadForm&node=

132010_US" target="_blank">website</a> (which are often times newer than tho

se shipped on CD) and insta

ll them individually.

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