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Topic: How to run Matlab R2007b on Windows 7 Beta?
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Ryan

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Registered: 7/21/09
Re: How to run Matlab R2007b on Windows 7 Beta?
Posted: Jul 21, 2009 7:39 PM
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I've had similar results to Mathew ^^^

When I try to start Matlab under normal Windows 7 settings I get a pop-up "Error Starting Desktop" with about 50 lines of java.something.or.other.

- Changing Compatability mode to Vista causes it to die on startup without the error message.

- Selecting "Disable desktop composition" does nothing.

- Copying over the java directory results in a warning message: "Warning: Unable to load Java Runtime Environment: C:\%matlab-directories%\jre1.5.0_05\bin\server\jvm.dll is not a valid Win32 application", then after OK displays another warning: "Warning: Disabling Java support" and then starts some crippled version of Matlab with only a prompt.

- Adding the environment variables causes Matlab to close immediately upon startup.

- Running Windows 7 with the Classic theme is the only method I've found to work for me, so I'm still interested in finding a better solution.


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