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    Default Java is not recognized as an internal or external command

    Hello, I am david. I am 14 and I like to play Runescape Privet server. I just learded out to play Clients, well after this game was shut down, I tryed going to a differnt game. So I downloaded it ect, ect...and I "run" It and This pops up...."Java is not recognized as an internal or external command" Now I have NO CLUE what this is, and I have been reading other topics but all I see Is Something about path...I have no idea. All I know Is I would like some help..I now how to get to my system properties..and get to this path thing..but I don't no what to do next...Please help me.

    I WOULD LOVE YOU HAVE STEP BY STEP EASY ENGLISH STEPS THANKS

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    Do you have Java Virtual Machine installed on your computer?
    Please don't laugh at my English... I'm trying my best! :)

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    Can you send me a link? I think I downloaded it, but it diden't work..I will upload a video...

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    I really need help guys..

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    To download it access this link:

    http : // java.sun.com / javase / downloads / index.jsp

    (Put everything together because I can't paste links here)

    Choose

    JRE 6 Update 17
    The JRE is required to run Java and JavaFX applications and applets. This special release provides a few key fixes. Learn more

    Due for release in November 2009, the Firefox 3.6 browser requires Java SE 6 Update 10 or later. Otherwise, Java-based web applications will not work.


    Click "Download" button on the right side...

    Follow the steps... install it... reboot your system!
    Please don't laugh at my English... I'm trying my best! :)

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    Didden't work...I just want to play a client. It has something to do with my path..

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    Default Hey David I Would like to help you, if you still needit.

    well david sounds to me like your using a different verison of java you need.

    step 1
    click start, right click on mycompter and click properties
    if your using windows 7 youll see all your computer information look untill you see what bit your computer is 32-62 either one, now go to www./java/.com
    you need to click download look to the left of your screen lower click all downloads,
    click 64 bit download, or 32 bit download
    install it, and your done.

    thank me if i helped m8 (::)

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    To set path in Winddows XP, follow this procedure:-
    JDK Path Setting:

    Follow the given steps below to set the PATH
    1. After installing jdk, right click “My Computer” icon
    2. Choose “Properties” from context menu
    3. Click “Advanced” tab and the click ‘Environment Variable’
    4. In the Edit windows, modify PATH by adding the location of the class to the value for PATH. If you do not have the item PATH, you may select to add a new variable and add PATH as the name and the location of the class as the value. For example, if you have installed jdk in C drive then path may be in the form C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_12\bin
    5. You will have to give your own path in which you have installed jdk.
    6. Open Command prompt window, and run your java code.


    Then for Compiling and running code:-
    After installing jdk and path setting correctly, you can now compile and run your code on command prompt.
    In order to compile the code, you have to use javac command. You can use this command as follow:
    javac filename.java

    After successfully compiling code, you can now run the code. You have to use java command to run the code. You can use the run command as follow:
    java filename

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    Please help! I have added the path variable to my system (c:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_22) but I still can't run the program from anywhere else. What else could be preventing me from running it in another directory? Thanks in advance for your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patterson725 View Post
    Please help! I have added the path variable to my system (c:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_22) but I still can't run the program from anywhere else. What else could be preventing me from running it in another directory? Thanks in advance for your help.
    Try c:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_22\bin (that's where your .exe files are stored). b.t.w. you (and I) replied to an old thread. It's always better to start your own thread if you can't find an answer.

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    Thanks for your reply. I actually did have /bin on the end, I just forgot to type it in my post. So, I have created a path variable and yet I still can't run my java program anywhere but in the same directory where the compiler is stored. Any suggestions as to what I should try next?
    Thanks,
    Rick

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    Zombie alert!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darryl.Burke View Post
    Zombie alert!
    Eeeew! Thanks for notifying me; I'll go take a shower now ;-)

    kind regards,

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