Open the file using Labview 8.5 traditional NI VI

Hello

I want to open this VI I have attached below using the version of labview 8.5

But when run the VI, the error message pop out as below:

I suspect this VI to traditional aid OR component.

How can I run this VI using my latest version of Labview?

Thanks in advance

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Yes, you're right. This is the traditional DAQ VI.

Install traditional DAQ 7.4.4 (WXP or W2000) and check that you activate LabVIEW support when configuring the installation program.

PS: The LabVIEW 8.5 and traditional DAQ are not supported under W7. See here (OS<-->LV) and here (DAQ<-->LV).

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