Windows XP and Windows 7

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Mohammed
Mohammed on 27 Jun 2012
I install matlab on both above tow OS , it works well on XP and not on Windows 7
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Jan
Jan on 27 Jun 2012
Ah, well. This error message means, that M is not a struct. Without seeing the code, it is impossible to guess, what the problem is. But you do have the power to use the debugger to step through your code until you find out, why M is not defined as you expect.
Please read: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/6200-tutorial-how-to-ask-a-question-on-answers-and-get-a-fast-answer

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Paul Metcalf
Paul Metcalf on 27 Jun 2012
I've had no issue running MATLAB on Windows 7.
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 27 Jun 2012
debasish, there are a number of documented problems in running earlier versions of MATLAB on Windows 7.

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Mani
Mani on 27 Jun 2012
Run Matlab as Admin. (Rightclick ) -- on icon --> Run As Admin
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Mohammed
Mohammed on 27 Jun 2012
I run it as admin, and I get same error

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Jan
Jan on 27 Jun 2012
Matlab 2012a is compatible with Windows7 in general.
You hesitate to explain, what "does not work" explicitly means. So I can only guess: When you install the 32-bit Matlab on a 64 bit Windows, the program folder is created in "C:\Program Files (x86)". Some functions will fail due to the spaces in the path. Therefore I've created "C:\ProgramFiles_" in addition and create the 32-bit Matlab there.

Sean de Wolski
Sean de Wolski on 27 Jun 2012
dbstop if error
Then run your script. What is M? I am willing to guess it is not a struct and thus why you are getting that error.
This likely has nothing to do with OS.
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 27 Jun 2012
It could have to do with different files being on the MATLAB path.

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