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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    No idea what this means. Can you explain?

    What is the date on the javaw.exe file you are executing?

    Did you try the steps I listed for getting the commandline from Windows Explorer?


    Do a google on Java Virtual Machine Launcher
    There are several forums where problems with that has been discussed
    hey if your online right now id really appreciate it if i could talk live to you so i dont have to respond with each sentence each time... can you go to www.qchat.rizon.net/?&channels=%23java-forums
    thanks...
    quick summary of my response.
    "No idea what this means. Can you explain?" means that i could not figure out these steps "Did you try the steps I listed for getting the commandline from Windows Explorer?"

    i have been googling all dafy lol cant find anything that works

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    What happened when you tried the steps I listed? Where was the problem?

    Have you tried using the java.exe command instead of the javaw.exe command?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    What happened when you tried the steps I listed? Where was the problem?

    Have you tried using the java.exe command instead of the javaw.exe command?
    can you not join this? http://qchat.rizon.net/?&channels=#j...rums&nick=Norm

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    Quote Originally Posted by illjavathat View Post
    Jar File... hmm how to fix...?
    and no as i said in my first and many other posts lol that is the problem, by running (clicking/opening) the jar file it gives the main class error.
    OK, so posting that BAT file muddied the waters a bit, because that post implied you used a BAT file to run the jars.

    "i can give you an example of a specific jarfile and the .bat file typically used to start it."

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    If you don't try what I've recommended you do to get the information needed to solve your problem, there isn't any way I'll be able to help you.

    Good luck.

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    Just made an account to thank you Norm!!
    Had the same problem and with your advices i solved them.
    Thanks!!

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