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    hi friends.
    i'm trying to install Matlab 7 on my pc ,but i get this error message :

    " Cannot copy LICENSE_ko: invalid MS_DOS function "

    what does cause this problem?
    how can i solve this matter?

    thanks .

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    Which Windows version? Might be this or any of these. Sounds however like a CDRom reading problem.
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    i use winxp.
    i tought maybe it is because of OS.
    but in install file which is in pdf is written that is it ok with winxp and 2000 and NT .

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    i don't think it is related to CD_ROM.
    i try in some diffrent kind of it. ' NEC. GENiUS,...... '

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    One search brought up similar issues relating to SafeSF (a copy protection option). Perhaps that might be it. Have you contacted MatLab for tech support?
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    If you are interested scilab is an open source alternate to matlab www.scilab.org
    Kinda useless if you already own matlab but i find it quite nice.

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    sorry.
    i 've just tried it on a LG CD_ROM .
    it is ok.
    it was because of my CD_ROM.

    thanks alot my friend .

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    Originally posted here by axio
    If you are interested scilab is an open source alternate to matlab www.scilab.org
    Kinda useless if you already own matlab but i find it quite nice.

    thanks my friend.
    but i'm forced to do my job with matlab.

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