Maple does not start (or takes a long time to load)
Updating Maple with the latest patch.
- Ensuring that your operating system and graphics card is up-to-date.
- Restarting your computer.
- Is Maple activated? You can check this by finding your license file. If you cannot find this file, please activate Maple.
- Do you see an error message? If so, and you can't find any articles in our Troubleshooting or Activation and Licensing sections that address it, please send a screen shot of it to email@example.com.
Did you recently update your operating system? If so, it is possible that Maple needs to be reinstalled, or (on Windows) an appropriate "Compatibility Mode" is required.
Did you recently update your graphics drivers? If so, there may be a conflict, requiring a rollback or another update.
- Does Console Maple work?
If not, the installation is likely corrupted. Please try uninstalling Maple, delete the installer file (and any remaining Maple files in Program Files), then re-download Maple. If you need a new download link, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If Console Maple does work, the installation is fine, so please try the suggestions below.
- When you attempt to start Maple, do you see a splash screen, or nothing at all?
If you can see the splash screen, but it hangs, please check your security software, and/or increase the Java heap size.
If neither of those suggestions help, please open the Task Manager and look for any processes that might need to be terminated. In particular, look for processes with names starting with jogamp in the Details tab. If you find the jogamp processes, please either consider prefetching or use the jogamp launch script.
If nothing appears, or if the main page loads, but shuts down almost immediately, the culprit is likely Java. On Windows and Linux, you can swap the version of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) used by Maple. On Windows, you can also enable the Java Access Bridge.
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