We are getting the EXACT same error, except we had it set to LabVIEW.
We spent 5 hours working on it before spending 2 hours on the phone with NI, and still can’t fix it. NI was able to replicate the problem by setting an invalid IP address (not close to correct), but the problem stopped when the IP error was fixed.
We tried using the Classmate as well as my laptop, running Vista 32 bit. We thought that the cRio was rebooting when loading code, but found through ping that it was still running. We have tried using the Safe Mode and reformatting, setting Reset IP and trying again, and trying No Code and trying again. The NI guy asked us to try just about every network configuration, from crossover cable to full wireless system, with static and dynamic IP addresses on the two computers.
The NI guy was going to talk to the author of the cRio imaging tool, when he got in today and call us back.
I’m glad to know its no just us…
The subnet mask is 255.0.0.0, the IP is 10.xx.yy.5 for the DS, 10.xx.yy.6 for the dev laptop, and 10.xx.yy.2 for the crio.
For us that’s 10.00.33.5, 10.00.33.6, and 10.00.33.2
Try turning on the Safe Mode DIP switch, rebooting the cRio, and running the tool again. It will ask you to reformat, say yes. After it is done, turn the DIP switch off and reboot the cRio. Run the tool again. the IP of the cRio should be 0.0.0.0 and there should be no name. Set the Team ID, and a name, and try it again. If it fails again, the IP will be correct and the name will be “temp”. If you get an error 56 when imaging after reformatting, you’ve got the same problem as us.
Do you have another laptop to use?