I'm running Windows 7 x64
with Labview x86
I recently install new Pico driver software PicoScope6_r6_10_6
ps4000.dll version 220.127.116.11 (also tested on 1.0...)
When I press either 'Run' or 'Stop' the VI did not respond and I have to force stop the VI.
Upon closer inspection, the PicoScope4000GetRapidBlock.vi is still executing the loop containing 'ps4000IsReady.vi'; however, the pico4262 device has already disconnected (Red LED lights up). Thus, the VI stalled because it is still waiting for the signal from the device indicating whether the capture is completed.
If I change the #segments to '1', the VI works fine. If #segments is larger than 1, i.e. 2 or 3+, the program stalled
Does anyone have any idea why?