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    Default Cannot locate java installation

    Hi,

    After rolling back my computer to a restore point before I installed the latest java, I found out that I had to reinstall java completely. This is where my problems began. Whenever I try to open netbeans I keep getting a message stating:
    "Cannot locate java installation in specified jdkhome:
    C:/Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.6.0_26
    Do you want to try to use default version?

    I have to answer "Yes" or else it would not open. Can anyone tell me what to do so that I can bypass the default version?
    By the way, I am using a 64 bit dell computer.

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    download java sdk7...google it...then go to your control panel then uninstall programs...
    then uninstall all java versions you have...then run the java7 installer...restart computer...then open netbeans...and your done
    i think...XD

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