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Topic: Matlab doesn't start (only start screens shows)
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Wouter Geelen

Posts: 9
Registered: 3/29/08
Re: Matlab doesn't start (only start screens shows)
Posted: Mar 29, 2008 10:39 PM
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Hey people me again,

I just found a error log and I believe the problem is that
I haven't got java enabled. Now I searched for that again
and found this:
http://www.mathworks.com/support/solutions/archived/1-
17RS7.html?solution=1-17RS7

It says that I've to type this command:
%
feature ('dispatchjava', 1)

I tried that but it didn't worked matlab told me he didn't
know that command. Any other ways to enable java for
matlab???

This is my error log btw:
-----------------------------------------------------------
Error occurred during initialization of VM
Could not reserve enough space for object heap
Stack Trace:
[0] jmi.dll:void __stdcall mwJavaAbort(void)
(0x78f95578 "Could not reserve enough space f..", 0,
0x78dd0000, 0x036bba60) + 21 bytes

------------------------------------------------------------
------------
Fatal Java Exception detected at Sat Mar 29
23:46:03 2008
------------------------------------------------------------
------------

Configuration:
MATLAB Version: 7.5.0.342 (R2007b)
MATLAB License: 161052
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP
Window System: Version 5.1 (Build 2600: Service Pack 2)
Processor ID: x86 Family 6 Model 14 Stepping 8,
GenuineIntel
Virtual Machine: Java is not enabled
Default Charset: windows-1252

Java is not enabled





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