Tagged: Dicom and .rda files cannot open
2015-08-03 at 16:18 #1423Harshal PatelParticipant
Dear jMRUI Experts,
I am trying to open Siemens dicom files and .rda files but unfortunately I cannot open it in jMRUI. It shows “loading….” and never loads either of the dataset. Could you please help me?? I would really appreciate you and be grateful to your whole team.
Aachen University Hospital2015-08-05 at 17:38 #1427
Dear Harshal Patel,
Please try to open your files with “Open As” from the main menu. Later select type of your file. Inform me about the results.
MJ2015-11-19 at 09:41 #1480Anahita FathiParticipant
Dear Michal Jablonski,
I have encountered the same problem and I couldn’t solve it by using “Open As”. I have installed the latest Java version and also have set the Path. Yet I cannot open any files, as it shows “Loading files” and nothing happens.
I appreciate if you could advise.
Imam Khomini Hospital Complex2015-11-19 at 12:29 #1481Harshal PatelParticipant
Dear Michal Jablonski,
I have also confronted the same problem and I couldn’t solve it by using “Open As” as mentioned by Anahita in the previous comment. It shows “Loading files” and nothing happens :(.
I would be grateful to you for any inputs/hints/suggestions.
Aachen University Hospital2015-11-23 at 15:02 #1487
Dear Anahita Fathi and Harshal Patel
Are you sure you installed 32bit Java?
It looks like you have a 64b Java.2016-09-14 at 23:12 #1722yildizParticipant
I am a new user, and would like to look process some MRS data (dicom) retrieved from Siemens 3T Prisma System.
I have a Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit, and installed 32bit Java for JMRUI.
When I open dcm files, it gives error and says “unable to read those files..”
When I open files using ‘open as dicom’ it says: “com.pixelmed.dicom.DicomException: Spectroscopy data missing”…
I corrected the path as indicated in readme file, though still gave the same errors.
Thanks2017-02-08 at 21:35 #1844Asaf GilboaParticipant
I am running into trouble opening Siemens .dcm files.
I am running jmrui-5.2 on linux red hat 64 bit. I installed the 32-bit java jdk1.8.0_20 and defined JAVA_HOME and JRE_HOME appropriately.
I also installed the siemens update (though that was probably unnecessary):
The error I am receiving is:
mrui.plugin.conversion.ConversionException: java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: /2volatile/gilboa_lab/software/jmrui-5.2/lib/libfftw.so: /2volatile/gilboa_lab/software/jmrui-5.2/lib/libfftw.so: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS32 (Possible cause: architecture word width mismatch)
Asaf2017-02-08 at 21:41 #1845
You Java is not configured correctly, that’s why you’re getting:
“class: ELFCLASS32 (Possible cause: architecture word width mismatch)”
Please correct your Java installation (more in the manual)2021-05-12 at 13:55 #3030Dingyi LinParticipant
Hi, I ran into the same problem as you. Was your problem solved?
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