NI CompactRIO 14.1 Patch for sbRIO-9651 0 Ratings | 0.00 out of 5 |   Print

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Product Line: Reconfigurable I/O

Version: 14.1

Release date: 10-16-2014

Software type: Driver

Operating system: Windows 8; Windows 7; Windows Vista; Windows XP; Windows Server 2008


Note: This download is a patch for the CompactRIO component included in the NI-RIO device drivers. You must have NI-RIO 14.0.1 installed to use the features included with this patch.Search to find out if a patch or more recent version is available. To verify which versions of the NI-RIO driver are compatible with your version of LabVIEW look at the NI-RIO and LabVIEW Compatibility page or go to and enter RIO-LVVersions.

Updates for CompactRIO 14.1.0
Includes temperature sensor support for the sbRIO-9651
Added sbRIO-9651 Read On-Board Temperatures example to the NI Example Finder

Additional Notes
Note: Support for Windows Server 2003 R2 may require disabling physical address extensions (PAE). To learn how this might affect your use of Windows Server 2003 and what actions you might have to take, visit and enter the info code PAESupport
Please see KB 6NOAD3JQ for more information recommending customers using a cRIO-9066, cRIO-9067, cRIO-9068, NI 9149 should upgrade to this version of the NI-RIO driver.

Starting on April 1st, 2016, the operating systems Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows Server 2003 will no longer officially be supported by NI software products.

Installation Instructions

Complete the following steps to install the CompactRIO 14.1.

  1. Install LabVIEW.
  2. Install any LabVIEW Modules (Real-Time/FPGA).
  3. Install NI-RIO 14.0.1.
  4. Install CompactRIO 14.1.

Supported hardware

The following devices are supported for use with this download:

  • NI 9683

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