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how to install MinGW-w64 Compiler while I can't load the add-on explorer.

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Sibei Liang
Sibei Liang on 28 Feb 2016
Commented: Sibei Liang on 2 Mar 2016
I am using '1046_0 - PhidgetBridge 4-Input' board and I need to install 'MinGW-w64 Compiler' in add-on explorer. However, I can't open the add-on explorer shown as the following image. So how can I open add-on explorer in another way or how can I install MinGW-w64 Compiler successfully. Thank you so much for your answer.

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Richa Gupta
Richa Gupta on 2 Mar 2016
Are you using MATLAB R2015b? There is a bug within MATLAB R2015b that affects the MATLAB Add-ons Explorer and Manager. When both the license manager or WLAN System Toolbox are installed in the same location as MATLAB it causes the Add-ons Explorer and Manager to load indefinitely.
In order to resolve this issue you can install the patch from: http://www.mathworks.com/support/bugreports/1319705
or perform one of the two steps below: - Uninstall the license manager or WLAN System toolbox off the computer running MATLAB and install it on a different computer.
Or, if the license manager must be on the same machine. - Uninstall License Manager and install to a new location (that is not MATLABROOT).

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Sibei Liang
Sibei Liang on 2 Mar 2016
I am using R2015b, thank you so much for your patient answer and suggestion. I am trying to tackle it.

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