Error Code Cause Possible Solution
MATLAB Runtime cannot be found upon launch of Setup Assistant Step 1 of InstallPack did not complete properly, or was not run Re-run Step 1 in the InstallPack, then retry Step 2
Permissions setting error during Setup Assistant with “REPORTED ERROR MESSAGE: Cannot find specified path “C:\Program Files\MIPAR”“ Step 1 of InstallPack did not complete properly, or was not run Re-run Step 1 in the InstallPack, then retry Step 2
Permissions setting error during Setup Assistant with “REPORTED ERROR MESSAGE: ‘Icacls’ is not recognized as an internal command, operable program or batch file.” Incorrect PATH variable In System Properties -> Advanced tab -> Environment Variables -> System variables, make sure the Path variable contains the entries “C:\Windows\system32” and %SystemRoot%\system32
Fonts installation error during Setup Assistant with “REPORTED ERROR MESSAGE: Input Error: Can not find script file.” Setup Assistant has likely been run from a temporary file location, rather than from the extracted InstallPack folder. Navigate to where the InstallPack was extracted (most likely your “Downloads” folder) > open folder “MIPAR_vx.x.x_InstallPack_Win” > run Setup Assistant from here with right-click, “Run as administrator”
Fonts installation error during Setup Assistant with reported error message regarding scripting not being available. System is blocking script which auto-installs fonts In MIPAR installation directory (e.g., C:\Program Files\MIPAR) > fonts > select all .ttf and .otf files > right-click > “Install” (or “Install for all users” if available)
Error message “The procedure entry point ucrtbase.terminate could not be located in the dynamic link library api-ms-win-crt-runtime-l1-1-0.dll” appears upon launching Setup Assistant. Your Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable package needs to be installed or repaired Follow the steps here to install or repair your Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable package
Error message “A problem occurred during file transfers” appears while running the Setup Assistant. Permissions may not have been set properly
- In Windows Explorer, navigate to C:\Program Files
- Right-click on “MIPAR” > Properties > choose “Security” tab > click “Edit”
- Click “Add” > type “Everyone” > click “Check Names” > click “OK”
- Select “Everyone” > check “Full Control” > click “OK”

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