I have downloaded and installed the latest version of the 32 bit SDK - PicoSDK_32_10.6.20.22.exe. The directory structure is not at all the same as in the video and the PS4000 and PS4000Wrap dlls are not there. The only dlls in the package are in the Matlab\ps4000\win64 folder and end with _thunk_pcwin64 in the names. I have tried to download and install this on two different machines, one running Windows 7 and one running Windows 10.
I found and downloaded the PS4000 and PS4000Wrap dlls, and put them in the resource folder as shown in the video. Still errors. I put them in the same directory as the example VI and still errors.
Even though I opened the PicoScope4000ExampleStreaming.vi, the errors say "Call Library Function Node 'ps3000.dll_ps3000_open_unit@0':Library not found or failed to load." However, when I open the Call Library Function Node pointed to by LabView, the library name or path points to PS4000.dll and the function name is ps4000SetSimpleTrigger-2.
What is going on?? Why didn't the SDK install the dlls? Why is it giving me errors about ps3000?
I'm very frustrated...