Any solution for preventing converted data (to excel) from crashing?

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November 30

Any solution for preventing converted data (to excel) from crashing - file crashes on a consistent basis.

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Hi Shrinivas,
LabVIEW is getting bug fixes and new features with each version step.
But new features also can bring new bugs - and not all bugs from older versions are fixed by now…
The MixedSignalGraph is a beast of it's own and known to have bugs inside. The one you noticed now is probably one of those.
So it's not your fault your VI terminates rather "unhappy", but most probably NI's fault. You can have a workaround as described in the last post.
If I have to take same data from wire as you mentioned, I need to save the data in some variable
No, you don't need any "variable"! THINK DATAFLOW: the wire is the variable!
I have to write the data to excel file using report generation tool kit or some other way. … Please let me know if I can do it in some other easy methods. 
It all depends on the datatype of your data. There are functions to save to spreadsheet files. You can save in binary files. You can create TDMS files , which can be read by Excel too. All those functions are really easy to use - you just have to look at the example VIs coming with LabVIEW!
Best regards,
GerdW
CLAD, using 2009SP1 + LV2011SP1 + LV2014SP1 on WinXP+Win7+cRIO
Kudos are welcome

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