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Discussion in 'Android Development' started by fresh83, Jun 24, 2010.

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    This usually happens when you have multiple runtimes installed. Keep one JDK installed and delete the others.

    If this does not work, feel free to say so and I can provide further help.
     
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    idk if thats what it is or not but i just uninstalling from the add/remove programs the jdk and re installing and still the same error.
     
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    and i have no idea how to clear out any unwanted jdks , im a very very new novice


    i could be wrong , but i feel like i need to do something with my variables .
     
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    k i could be completely wrong here so if i am someone feel free to correct me but, it seems the environment variables has something to do with it. Since i re installed and moved stuff so much. Can someone tell me what my paths should be like and where im linking them to in the jdk or eclipse folder?

    again i could be completely wrong...
     
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    Okay your Java JDKs should be installed in the folder:
    C:\Program Files\Java

    Delete any old JDKs in that folder, keep only the latest version, also do NOT delete any JREs, leave them be.

    Try that.
     
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    no still no luck and yes it is installed there and there is NO PATH to java in variables nor dose where its searching exist in the eclipse folder
     
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