Stand-Alone application with LabView 7.0 getting error can't find DAQmx clear task.vi

I have attempted to create a stand alone vi with the Build Application or Shared Library(dll) in LabVeiw 7.0
When I put it on another PC to test it I get the error "can't find DAQmx clear task.vi"
the other PC has Labview 7.0 and DAQmx 8.1 also.
I believe my problem is in the source tab where you are supposed to add support and dynamic vi's I have search the forums and Ni's data base and have not found a solution.
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Hi LabTech09,
When you run the executable on the other computer is when you get this error?  Do you have the exact same versions of LabVIEW and DAQmx on both computers?  Does the dialog allow you to navigate to the DAQmx clear task.vi?  If so, you can find these VIs in C:\Program Files\National Instruments\LabVIEW 7.0\vi.lib\DAQmx\configure\task.llb.  Does the executable work on the development machine (the machine it was compiled on)?
Regards,
Jim Schwartz

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