Hi all, Just wanted to share my experience. To me running on "Vista Compatibility Mode" was the easiest of all the possible solutions. Nothing more to do, no folders to move, everything works fine.
I used the same approach for installing COMSOL 3 and was equally successful after having failed to install/run it with other methods.
Thanks for the tip !!!
PS: I was surprised that "WinXP compatibility mode" doesn't work...
"Celso Montalvo" <RigelCM@gmail.com> wrote in message <email@example.com>... > Sebastian, > > I tried the Vista Compatibility Mode and it seems to be working OK. No jave messages, plots are correct, properties changing correct. (Matlab 7 in Windows 7 Pro 32 bits, on a Toshiba S300L, Intel Core 2 Duo T6670 220 GHz, 2 Gb) > > Thank you for your tip. > > Rigel. > > Sebastian <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message <email@example.com>... > > On 8 Okt., 19:27, "Joel " <joseph.pfeif...@colorado.edu> wrote: > > > Inspired by a tip on a related problem (http://www.mathworks.com/ > > support/solutions/en/data/1-AUXDGC/index.html?product=ML&solution=1- > > AUXDGC), I ran already the Matlab setup.exe in Vista compatibility > > mode. This alone didn't work either, but setting the Matlab to run in > > Vista mode finally solved the problem, so now I can use Matlab with > > Aero still enabled, without java error messages.