Matlab 6 installation error detected

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Hello!

I am getting errors while installing matlab setup.

The following errors were detected while installing "Communications Blockset :- There are invalid stored block lengths, Would you like to retry installing this?

If you press No, the installer will exit without complete installation.

More information can be seen at C:UsersGopalAppDataLocalTemp…"

How to get rid of this error message?

Thanks

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
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Matlab 6 installation error detected

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Hi Saumkhan,

If you really want to complete you installation analyze first what is the problem of your application or if the application was compatible with your system.

At this action you will know what was your system really need or your application. After that you may now install it again.

But if the error came up again I suggest uninstall the setup application then download the complete setup of your application.

Base on your error message there was a problem in your set up process.

Read the term and conditions about this application at this action you will know all the things about your application.

This would help.

Thanks, 

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Answered By 562865 points N/A #118792

Matlab 6 installation error detected

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This is another form of incompatible issue between programs and operating systems. I think here you did not check first if the program is compatible and will run in your version of Windows.

Check the documentation of the program first before deciding to install it on your computer.

If you bought the program, it surely comes in CDs. Load the installer CD in the CD-ROM of your computer. Browse the content of the CD using Windows Explorer. Look for a file there somewhat like readme.txt or any file that has a readme in it or any .doc files.

Open the file and check the content if the program’s System Requirements is listed there.

Continue searching until you find the file with the System Requirements in it. If the current Windows operating system you are using is listed there, then the installer you are using is defective and needs to be replaced. If on the other hand, your Windows operating system is not listed there, you are using the wrong version of the installer.

Replace the installer with the correct and compatible version for your Windows.

If it’s not compatible, it will not work and you will just be presented with only errors and errors.

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