This issue is currently under investigation by MathWorks.
You may experience the following errors:
1) Functions such as 'plot' and 'readData' give errors
2) Add-ons or apps such as Signal Analyzer and Live Editor give 'Bundle' errors
3) Standalone applications created with the Application Compiler give 'Bundle' errors
4) MATLAB starts up with the error:
at com.mathworks.installjscommon.services.InstallServices.isMatlabRunning(Unknown Source)
It may contain a bundle number, like Bundle#10.
5) Simulink start up error with a bundle number, like Bundle#350 and Bundle#359
Bundle#350 start failed: Loading C:\Program Files\MATLAB\R2019a\bin\win64\builtins\sl_graphical_classes\mwsl_graphical_classes_builtinimpl.dllfailed with error
Unable to load bundle binary C:\Program Files\MATLAB\R2020b\bin\win64\builtins\sl_main\mwlibmwsimulink_builtinimpl.dll. Error: 127: state not recoverable
6) A significant performance issue. ">> 1+1" may take a few seconds
7) New features listed in the release notes don't work
The workarounds for this issue is:
1) Perform a clean installation of MATLAB. Please review the article below on how to do a clean installation
2) If the error comes from the use of an add-on or app, perform a clean reinstallation of the relevant add-on or app as well.
3) Install MATLAB with the latest updates for the current version or a newer MATLAB release:
4) If the 'Bundle' error comes from running a standalone application created with the Application Compiler, perform a clean installation of MATLAB Runtime using the same version of MATLAB the app was compiled with. The MATLAB Runtime Installer for different versions can be download below:
Please help us investigate this issue by sending us information. To do this:
1) Please do not perform any workaround
2) Get complete output displayed after entering the following command into MATLAB Command Window
3) Find your installation logs using the article below:
4) Contact our Tech Support