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32bit Windows executable running on 64bit Windows 7

Asked by Matthias on 11 Jan 2012

Hi,

I currently try to run an application created and compiled with Mathlab 2010a 32bit. The application runs on Windows XP 32bit as expected.

The installation of the Mathlab Compiler Runtime (v7.13) ended successfully on the 64bit machine. Also MSVCR 2005 is installed (everything in the 32bit version).

It also seems to start, but all I see is a MessageBox, witch appears for a very short period of time (not enough to read its text) before the application is terminated.

Starting the application from the command line with "programname.exe > log.txt" leads to the following output in my log file:

Warning: 1 invisible figure(s) exist at MCR termination.

If your application has terminated unexpectedly, please note that 
 applications generated by the MATLAB Compiler terminate when there are no 
 visible figure windows. See the documentation for WaitForFiguresToDie and
 WAITFORCALLBACKS for more information.
Warning: Class
    'uitools.uimodemanager'
in use at MCR termination.
If your application has terminated unexpectedly, please note that 
 applications generated by the MATLAB Compiler terminate when there are no 
 visible figure windows. See the documentation for WaitForFiguresToDie and
 WAITFORCALLBACKS for more information.
 
Warning: Class
    'uitools.uimode'
in use at MCR termination.
 
If your application has terminated unexpectedly, please note that 
 applications generated by the MATLAB Compiler terminate when there are no 
 visible figure windows. See the documentation for WaitForFiguresToDie and
 WAITFORCALLBACKS for more information.
 
Warning: Class
    'graphics.datacursormanager'
in use at MCR termination.
If your application has terminated unexpectedly, please note that 
 applications generated by the MATLAB Compiler terminate when there are no 
 visible figure windows. See the documentation for WaitForFiguresToDie and
 WAITFORCALLBACKS for more information.
 

Does anybody already had such a problem?

Or any hints where i should begin to search for a solution?

Thanks in advance,

Matti

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