Installation of NI DataPlugins with 64-Bit Bridge

This file contains installation instructions for DataPlugins with a 64-bit bridge.

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DataPlugins help you to read and/or write different file formats with NI software, for example DIAdem, SystemLink and LabVIEW.

Installation Instructions

  1. Download the DataPlugin *.zip file from
  2. Extract the ZIP file to a local hard drive folder.
  3. In the Windows Explorer, double-click the installation file (*.exe or *.msi) and follow the installation instructions.
  4. In the Windows Explorer, double-click the *.uri file or open it with the "Usi registration tool for DataPlugins and store definitions" (usiReg) to register the 4-bit DataPlugin bridge on your computer.

NI software includes NI Package Manager to handle the installation. Refer to the NI Package Manager Manual for more information about installing, removing, and upgrading NI software using Package Manager.

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