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tried to Download free ques from whizlab

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I tried to download the free ques from whiz lab nad when i try to install i get an error
"could'nt load jvm.dll"
I have java installed in my comp and it works fine
where am i going wrong
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I have the same problem.
It tries to run the LaunchAnywhere window and then gives me this error.
Try sending their support a mail so they can ship you a free .zip file instead of their .exe
Atleast thats what they did to me.
I think they have a problem with the way they try to locate all the JVM's on your system path and then run through each one. I don't understand why they have such a launch program. Why can't they go directly to the JDK1.2.? JVM.......
You can see all this by doing a < CTRL > S in the launch window.
For what its worth....
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"could'nt load jvm.dll"

Try add a path to jvm.dll file, for example: C:\jdk1.3\jre\bin\hotspot
1. Get DOS console (run command.com or cmd.exe)
2. at the command line execute the following instruction:
path = C:\jdk1.3\jre\bin\hotspot;%path%
3. run Setup.exe (or whatever it is) from this console
This is the way I solved this problem.
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