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Couldn't open main.exe

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    • #3013
      linweicheng
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      I have installed MCR v83 , but when I tried to run main.exe , it shows a window about”couldn’t find version 8.3of Mcr. attempting to load mclmcrrt8_3.dll. Pleaseinstall the correct version of the MCR.” Then I redownload the MCR V83 or other version is no use. How can I install the software ?

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    • #3015
      periz
      Keymaster

      this means that the installation of the mcr was not successful
      try again
      and check if the directory where you installed it is in the system path. if not, add it manually to the system path

    • #3016
      linweicheng
      Participant

      Hi , I have re-installed MCR V83 and added to the system path. The former message didn’t show again but the main.exe always stops running when I open it. I have changed to the win7 or vista settings but it still didn’t work…LOL

    • #3017
      periz
      Keymaster

      open a terminal (command prompt), cd to the folder where main.exe is, launch the application from the terminal by typing “main.exe” and pressing enter, then tell us what messages you get

    • #3018
      linweicheng
      Participant

      It still show the stop running message like I told yesterday.

    • #3268
      minosfylaktos
      Participant

      Check which version of the MCR (32 or 64) you downloaded. It must be the same as your PC requirements. You may need to download a 64 instead of a 32 or vice-versa.

    • #5268
      yagmurn
      Participant

      I m getting the same error “couldn’t find version 8.3of Mcr. attempting to load mclmcrrt8_3.dll. Please install the correct version of the MCR.”
      How can I solve the problem?

      Compiler path: C:\Program Files (x86)\MATLAB\MATLAB Compiler Runtime

    • #5270
      periz
      Keymaster

      as written above, you have installed the 32-bit version. please install the 64-bit instead
      best

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