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Android does not recognize the JVM

 
Douglas Wolf
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Greetings!
I am running Windows 7, have jdk1.8,0_31 installed in C:\\Program Files\Java and have installed the Android Studio Bundle in Program Files. I got this error message when I clicked Finish at the end of the installation:
"No JVM found. Please install a 64-bit JDK. If you already have a JDK installed, define a JAVA_HOME variable in Computer > System Properties > System Settings > Environmental Variables."

I see many jvm files in the Java folder, such as ..\amd64\jvm.cfg. Might there be something wrong with the Java installation? Do I need to define the variable in Environmental Variables? How does one do that?

 
ibrahim yener
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That error is pretty self-explanation. Right click to MyComputer and click properties then System Properties...... Once you reach to Environmental Variables create a JAVA_HOME variable and put jdk path (in your case C:\Program Files\Java\bin /* I am not sure to add bin folder or not. If not than just remove it */ ) in it as value Save&Close
 
fazeel baig
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i having same problem now a days. i am searching for it
 
Douglas Wolf
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Got it. Thanks.
 
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