LV 5.1: Secondary DLL not found, path to the DLL to work it must be re-specified every time

I wrote a little VI (my first!) to send a string to a DLL that has written:

SendStringToDACQ.vi

Our DLL exports two functions, DACQInputMsg() and DACQOutputMsg(), who receive and output channels, respectively. DACQ.dll also called PIDebug.dll, which we use to write debug information to the Windows debug stream.

The DACQ.dll and the PIDebug.dll live in C:\Program Files\Pulse20\

The VI _always_ complains when I load first, that PIDebug.dll could not load, and the VI is not executable. If I change the library function call, I see that the path I had entered as C:\Program Files\Pulse20\dacq.dll has been replaced by...... \dacq.dll. If I just retype as C:\Program Files\Pulse20\dacq.dll and click OK, it still is unexecutable. But if I then click Browse (which opens C:\Program Files\Pulse20\) and then click OK, then everything works.

But if I save it, close LabVIEW and run it again, I have to start all over again.

Note that I have by clicking Browse does not change what LabVIEW sees as the path to the DLL. It seems just "wakes up" something and actually load the DLL (and possibly the DLL depends on it?). The actual function call, calling convention, and the arguments are correct because everything works after I re - specify and re - browse to the DLL.

Yes, we use LabVIEW 5.1. If I can get some things fixed and complete this proof of concept, then maybe I can get approval to upgrade!

Thank you!

Sorry for the Kipper, it was PEBCAK. Put C:\Program Files\Pulse20 in the Windows environment variables corrects the problem.

Sorry to bother you.

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