Tamar Osher wrote:Hi. I just began learning java one week ago. I cannot properly install the jdk 7 (64-bit) on my windows7 64-bit computer. Should I try to install the jdk 6?
When I try to do the HelloWorld, and type cd C:\java, I don't get the correct response.
What I get is a message saying...
Tamar Osher wrote:
This is what both JAVA_HOME and Path are set at:
Tamar Osher wrote:I have already done those things. The \bin is there. I have done is so many times, so many ways, with the \bin, environmental variables, user variables, system variables, Path and JAVA_HOME, trying out all kinds of possible solutions. What can I do? Please help.
No, you are mistaken there. If you had to navigate to the folder where you put the MooseGreetings.java file, you must have put the .java file in ProgramFiles, which is the wrong place to put it. I recommend you create a java folder or similar and put all your work in that. Also check your PATH very carefully. Details in our FAQ.
John Judeth wrote: . . . So I assume my PATH and and JAVA_HOME values are correct. . . . .
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