Archived: Traditional NI-DAQ (Legacy) and LabVIEW Compatibility
Updated Jul 29, 2020
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This page shows supported versions of the Traditional NI-DAQ (Legacy), formerly known as just NI-DAQ, hardware driver with LabVIEW development systems. Reference this information to ensure you install the correct version when upgrading or updating your system or software. Using incompatible versions may result in errors, missing LabVIEW palettes or functions, or devices and tasks failing to show up in NI Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX).
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Traditional NI-DAQ (Legacy) and LabVIEW Compatibility
Use this table to compare Traditional NI-DAQ (Legacy) and LabVIEW Compatibility
Traditional NI-DAQ Version
Note: In order to use a 64-bit operating system, you will need to update to the NI-DAQmx drivers. Traditional NI-DAQ (Legacy) is not compatible with any 64-bit operating systems.
Note: If it is necessary to use a version of DAQ that does not install support for your version of LabVIEW, see Traditional NI-DAQ (Legacy) Palette Does Not Appear In LabVIEW.