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    Exclamation the installation assistant have been interrumped before the installation was complete

    this is the message i get when i try to install java. and i dont know whats going on. i tried everything, i tried installing other versions and the newer one. but still doesnt work. i tried uninstalling and installing again and still doesnt work. please help. HELP

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    Lemme guess, JRE on windows xp/vista/7.

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    right click on the installer and run as administrator or turn off your User Account Control

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    Quote Originally Posted by quad64bit View Post
    Lemme guess, JRE on windows xp/vista/7.
    yes on xp but what does that means? is there anything i can do to solve this problem. help

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthrax View Post
    right click on the installer and run as administrator or turn off your User Account Control
    how i turn off the User account control? and i tried to do the run as.. thing but it didnt work. im on the administrator account.

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    What's the version you install? From where you find it? Did you try to download the latest JDK version from the Suns' official web site and install in your machine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthrax View Post
    right click on the installer and run as administrator or turn off your User Account Control
    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    What's the version you install? From where you find it? Did you try to download the latest JDK version from the Suns' official web site and install in your machine?
    the latest one and yes i downloaded from sun's official web site and still didnt work. i dont know whats going on. help

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    Did you check in EventLog, may be you can find some useful details from there about the installer.

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    sorry XP has no User Account Control.

    in vista, to turn off User Account Control, go to control panel, then user accounts, the click on "Turn User Account Control On or Off" then uncheck the box then restart.

    but i'm using vista with UAC turned on by default and i got no problem as yours.. might as well check your installers
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    i dont have windows vista. i dont know what to do, ive tried like everything and still doenst work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthrax View Post
    sorry XP has no User Account Control.

    in vista, to turn off User Account Control, go to control panel, then user accounts, the click on "Turn User Account Control On or Off" then uncheck the box then restart.

    but i'm using vista with UAC turned on by default and i got no problem as yours.. might as well check your installers
    i dont have windows vista. i dont know what do to ive tried like everything to install and still doesnt work. since i uninstalled and tried to install it again it didnt work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    Did you check on event log? Can you send here the error message if any there?
    thats the problem. it dont give me error code. just that message. the java installation assistant have been interrumped before the installation could be completed. open java help. i did all that i could and still doesnt work. help :S

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    How about installing an IDE with the JDK package. NetBeans is one of that, and I hope Eclipse comes with the JDK as well. Just give a try.

    If you just post an image of the error message. May it can be helpful too.

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