NI Vision Acquisition Software August 2009 - Windows 7 32-bit/7 64-bit/Vista/Vista 64-bit/XP/2000 40 Ratings | 3.33 out of 5 |   Print

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Product Line: Vision Software

Version: August 2009

Release date: 08-01-2009

Software type: Driver

Operating system: Windows 7 32-bit; Windows 7 64-bit; Windows Vista; Windows Vista 64-bit; Windows XP; Windows 2000


NI Vision Acquisition Software allows you to acquire, display, and save images and configure your driver software and hardware. The readme.html file for each NI Vision Acquisition Software driver is installed to the following default locations, where is the location to which National Instruments software is installed.

Installation Instructions

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Complete the following steps to install NI Vision Acquisition Software: Note: You must have administrator access to install the NI Vision Acquisition Software. 1. Insert the NI Vision Acquisition Software installation DVD in the DVD-ROM drive. 2. If you do not have autorun enabled, double-click autorun.exe. If you have autorun enabled, autorun.exe runs automatically. 3. Follow the onscreen instructions. NI-IMAQ and NI-IMAQdx integrate with MAX, the National Instruments utility for configuring and testing your measurement and automation system. The MAX icon appears on your desktop after you install NI Vision Acquisition Software.

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