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    Question cold not find the main class: jnidemo.JNIDemo programme will exite

    hi everbody , can you help me , i don't know how this error it be came in my computer , always when a start :confused::confused:

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    When are you getting this error? When you start your compiler? Or when you try to compile and run?
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    i get this error always when a start my computer

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    Quote Originally Posted by javawi View Post
    i get this error always when a start my computer
    Check your 'startup' folder in your 'start' menu; your computer probably wants to start a jniDemo that isn't there anymore. Remove it from you startup folder. (this all applies to an MS Windows box only).

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    However, this isn't really a Java question.
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    ok thank you , but it's a really prrobleme of java , and i don't find the solution , i will unistal java

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    Quote Originally Posted by javawi View Post
    ok thank you , but it's a really prrobleme of java , and i don't find the solution , i will unistal java
    Before you do that, reread my reply #4.

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    I doubt uninstalling java will take care of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark View Post
    I doubt uninstalling java will take care of it.
    If the question was actually Java related, removing Java would certainly change the error message ;-)

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    I guess if its a part of the java package then yes, but if its not directly tied into the JDK/JRE I sincerely doubt uninstalling it will do anything.
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