By default, the Application Builder configures new build specifications to include SSE2 compiler optimizations that improve the run-time performance of distributed VIs and built applications. To build a stand-alone application, .NET interop assembly, packed project library, shared library, source distribution, or Web service that runs on a hardware target that does not support SSE2 instructions, you must disable the SSE2 compiler optimizations before building the application. Otherwise, LabVIEW returns an error when the application runs on the target.
Disable compiler optimizations when you build an application to run on a target with one of the following types of processors:
Disable compiler optimizations when you build an application to run on one of the following NI targets:
To disable the compiler optimizations for a single build specification, remove the checkmark from the Enable SSE2 optimizations checkbox on the Advanced page of the properties dialog box for the build specification. You must disable the compiler optimizations for every build specification whose target does not support SSE2 instructions.
|Note When you compile VIs to run in a LabVIEW development environment, you do not need to disable SSE2 compiler optimizations manually. LabVIEW automatically detects whether your processor supports SSE2 instructions and enables or disables the compiler optimizations accordingly.|