I’m just getting ready for the 2012 season and tried to update my cRIO’s (old cRio) Image to v43, as Wind River requires it.
Unfortunately, when i attempt at updating it using the Imaging Tool, i get the following error:
Unable to complete operation because of unexpected error 7:
File/Directory Info in ConfigUtility.lvlib:ReImageTarget.vi->ConfigUtility.lvlib:Dialog.vi<APPEND>
C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Local Settings\Temp\lvtemporary_515166\CRIO
Updating to an older Image seems to be fine.
In addition, I’ve tried using the NEW 2012 Imaging Tool, and it doesn’t even recognize my cRIO.
Has anyone here encountered this problem? how can i resolve it?
Thanks in advance.
Nevermind! I’ve managed to get the new Imaging Tool to recognize my cRIO. I’ve done this by restarting my PC and the cRIO itself.
However, when flashing the new v43 Image using the new Imaging Tool I’ve ran into the following error:
Unable to complete operation because of unexpected error:
Error 15 occurred at Call Library Function Node in nisyscfg.lvlib:Format.vi:1->ConfigUtility.lvlib:2012_FormatSystem.vi->ConfigUtility.lvlib:ReImageTarget.vi->ConfigUtility.lvlib:Dialog.vi
LabVIEW: Resource not found.
Could this have to do with the fact that i haven’t installed the things from the NI USB? If so, where could i get the appropriate files? since i don’t have the USB currently with me.
Do you have any other ethernet adapters enabled? We saw weird issues in the beta test (although only with the new cRio) if any other ethernet adapters were even enabled (let alone connected).
What image version does the imaging tool show? V43? What version is the imaging tool?
I honestly don’t know how the imaging tool will handle several versions of the imaging tool at the same time. We were told to uninstall everything old and re-install everything again, I would recommend that next.
Myself, Everytime I try to open anything from the labview utilities tab on the FRC 2012 update nothing will open. The only thing that will open is the programmer for the boards. Axis setup wont open, cRio imager wont open. Etc.
On a related note, I saw the behaviour described by the OP when trying to use the 2012 reimaging tool under Windows XP Pro (did not recognize the cRIO, but the older update tool did). I did not encounter any documentation for this application that stated what OS was required, so I wasn’t really suprised that it didn’t work under XP. Using a different laptop with a Windows 7 OS the same 2012 reimaging tool was able to recognize the cRIO.
It’s entirely possible that there was something else going on (non-obvious adapter differences between the two laptops, etc.). Has anyone been able to get it to work under Windows XP? Or found any documentation stating that it shouldn’t/won’t?
I have also been having some issue re-imaging the cRIO to v43. I am using the old cRIO and a Windows 7 OS. My NI LabView is installed along with the newest java, which we are programming in. We are using a non-classmate driver station to try to update. The IPv4 is configured like this:
IP address: 10.9.97.6
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway 10.9.97.6
I have the computer plugged into the first link port on the cRIO. The power is on. Everything electrical is setup correctly. When trying to run the 2012 Re-Imaging Tool, I get the error message that says “No CompactRIO devices were found. Verify the network connection”
I had some issues updating today, and the issue was having more than one network adapter enabled. Even though I was not connected to any wireless network, I consistantly got a timeout error while formatting. Turning off the wifi card fixed this. I hope this helps someone out there