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vamc kuchipudi
vamc kuchipudi il 6 Apr 2020
Risposto: Unthinkable sol il 17 Apr 2024
Hi Team,
I have build the mcr 2013b 32bit on windows 2010 for my application when i tried to install it in windows 10 64 bit i am getting the below error .
Can anyone pls suggest me how to make it run .
Thanks in advance . :)
Regards,
vamc.

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daffodil software
daffodil software il 12 Apr 2024
The error "HttpSendRequest failed: 12039" typically indicates a problem with the HTTP sent by your application, which might be due to issues such as a network timeout, a configuration error, or an issue with the server's response.
Since you mentioned that you have built the MCR (MATLAB Compiler Runtime) 2013b 32-bit on Windows 2010 (assuming you mean Windows Server 2010 or a typo for Windows 8/8.1) and are trying to install it on Windows 10 64-bit, the error could be related to compatibility issues between the 32-bit MCR and the 64-bit Windows 10 environment.
To resolve this issue, you should:
1. Ensure that the 32-bit MCR is compatible with Windows 10. You might need to install additional compatibility components or use a newer version of MCR that supports Windows 10.
2. Check your application's network settings and make sure that it is configured to communicate with the server correctly.
3. Verify that there are no firewall or antivirus programs blocking the HTTP request.
4. Test the network connection to the server to ensure that it is reliable and not causing timeouts.
As i tryed the above steps and it works for these tewo pages you can checkout the page is eCommerce Development Services and EHR Software Solutions and If these steps do not resolve the issue, you may need to consult the documentation for MCR and your application or seek support from MathWorks or the application vendor.

Unthinkable sol
Unthinkable sol il 17 Apr 2024
To resolve this issue, follow these steps.1. Make sure the 32-bit MCR is compatible with Windows 10. You may need to install additional compatible components or use a newer version of MCR that supports Windows 10.2. Check your application's network settings and make sure it is configured to communicate with the server correctly.3. Make sure the HTTP request is not blocked by firewall or antivirus programs.4. Test the network connection to the server to make sure it is reliable and not causing timeouts.Since I tried the above steps and it works for these two pages, you can check the ECommerce Development Services and EHR Software Solutions page. If these steps do not resolve the problem, you may need to consult the MCR and application documentation or contact MathWorks or the application vendor for support.

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