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Old December 28th, 2010, 08:00 PM   #3 (permalink)
faber78
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please post up any issues any using these write ups.

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--------------Bouchigo was nice enough to do a write up on getting java in to your path. On a couple of these tutorials you'll see the requirement posted to do so. This will show you how to get java in your path and with anything else that needs to be in your path, you just repeat the same procedure.---------------

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Here's the guide to add java to the variables path; Win 7 64-bit. Win 7 32-bit should be pretty much the same, but with Win XP systems you get to the variables a bit differently.

1. Go to the Control Panel; once in Control Panel, click on the "System" icon and it will take you to this:



2. Click on "Advanced system settings" on the top left corner and it will take you to this:



3. Click on the "Environment Variables..." button and it will pop up this window:



4. In the "System variables" section scroll down to "Path".




5. Now click on "Edit" and it will pop up this window:



6. In "Variable value" you will type the location of your java installation. Go to the very end of "Variable value" and make sure there is a semi-colon ( at the end of the last entry.

7. For example, my java installation is located here: C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_21\bin. This means my entry at the end would look like this:

XXXX;C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_21\bin; (the XXXX just represent the text that already exists before your java entry.

8. Once you've done this, just click "OK" until all the windows have been closed, and that's it, you are done.
 
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