Install Salome on Windows

This post shows how to install the salome-platform package on Windows. The same method can be applied to install Salome-Meca for Windows package available in our download page. For Code_Aster Windows standalone package installation, follow this post.

Install Salome for windows

Download Salome for windows from the official salome-platform download page.

Download Salome_Meca for Windows 64-bit

Execute the downloaded file. It will self-extract in a SALOME-x.y.z-WIN64 directory.

Extract Salome_Meca for Windows 64-bit

Test your Salome installation

Go into the extracted directory and into the “WORK” directory. Then execute “run_salome.bat”.

First launch Salome_Meca on Windows 7 64-bit

A cmd window will appear and set up things since Salome is running for the first time, be patient … Then another cmd window will effectively launch Salome.

Salome_Meca launch on Windows 7 64-bit

Finally a graphical environment should appear 🙂

Salome_Meca running on Windows 7 64-bit

11 thoughts on “Install Salome on Windows

  1. Hallo I have a problem with installation of salome-Meca, Can You help me. Describe: ok than I rrunning a run_salome.bat after that I see a progress in comand window a at the moment start a new small window with informations about the problem with VCOMP100.dll (didnt found a object VCOMP100.dll) than i push a OK button and process in comand window is still lauching (++++++++ like that). Two line and in the and I have a informations: “Error during Salome launch” Do You have some advices ? Sorry but I’m a engineer not a programist. It is my first step with Salome and Code_aster.

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  2. Hi,
    I love open source programs, therefore thank you for your work. I am very eager to use code_aster and Salome-Meca, I followed the tutorial, installed Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 SP1 Redistributable Package (x64) and Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable Package (x64), extracted files. However when I run run_salome.bat, the Salome-Meca started to load when it gets to 100 % I got an error:
    C++ container is not found.

    I just can not come around that, please help.

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      1. Dear mr. Maximilien,
        thank you a lot. Just when I was writing a response, saying that I have check all the FAQ; no special signs ect., I remembered that while there were none in path I had one in computer name. I changed computer name, and magic happened, Salome is running =)

        Thank you again.

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  3. Hello I have installed salome meca 2018 64bit on my PC (that runs windows 8.1) as indicated in the instructions above, but I have the following problems:
    1)First of all, I’m not able to save a project. When I try to save a project there is a warning that I quote here: “Can’t save file “blabla” possible reasons:
    -permission denied
    -Unsufficient disk space
    -application error try to use another file name
    2)Second, when I try to launch the program often SALOME MECA freeze/lock itself when I chose “Geometry” in the menu” and so I have to close the programs.
    3)Third, I’m not able to import iges files of bidimensional lines (straight and curved lines). A warning says that there is an error without specify what this error is. I don’t understand. This iges file in Ansys works properly.
    I have the same problems with salome meca 2017 64bit

    Can anyone help me?, I’m a civil engineer not a programmer. Thank you very much.

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