NOR-DAQmx 8.7.1 do not install

I am trying to install my DAQCard-6024E card on an old laptop. I use the NOR-DAQmx 8.7.1 software supplied with the card. When I try to install the software, it says that the computer did not meet the minimum operating system requirements. The laptop running Windows 2000 and has an Intel Petium 3 Mobile to 800 MHz with 256 MB RAM. According to the file Readme for the NOR-DAQmx 8.7.1, for deployment software, recommended CPU is a Pentium 3 600 MHz or equivalent, 256 MB RAM and Windows 2000/XP. Can someone help me understand why this will not install. It seems to me that all my OS requirements are met.


You have the latest Service Pack of Windows 2000?  I believe that the latest service pack was SP 4. Try to update to the latest pack service and then install the driver.

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