Java SE Development Kit (JDK) was not found on this computer.

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NetBeans IDE Installer

Java SE Development Kit (JDK) was not found on this computer.

JDK 6 or JDK 5 is required for installing the NetBeans IDE. Make sure that the JDK is properly installed and run installer again. You can specify valid JDK location using -javahome installer argument.

To download the JDK visit http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/index.html                                                                                                                            

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Java SE Development Kit (JDK) was not found on this computer.

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Hello Zefacreativei3500,
 
Java SE Development Kit is not installed on your computer. You have to install this program in your computer. In order to get it, you can follow the following instruction:
 
 
1. On the first, you can go to the link which is given above and download the latest version of Java Development Kit according to the operating system that you are using from the list.
 
 
2. After you have finished the setup file’s downloading, then open the installer so that Java Development Kit will be installed on your computer. Then you can restart your PC (if asked).
 
 
3. After installation, process is completed, you have to install Net Beans. You can download and double-click the installer and install this program also.
 
 
4. Then simply follow the instructions on the screen in order to install Net Beans.
Then it should be installed.
 
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Answered By 0 points N/A #196550

Java SE Development Kit (JDK) was not found on this computer.

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Hi Zefacreativei3500,
 
After installing JDK and JRE, you need to add the path of JDK and JRE to Environment Variables so that netbeans IDE could identify whether you have installed java or not.
 
Please find the step by step instruction to set the path of JDK and JRE in Windows based systems.
 
Windows 7
Right click Computer from the Start menu and select properties
On the left panel, select Advanced System Settings
Select Advanced Tab
Click on Environment Variables
 
Under User variables, create 2 variables
1.JRE_HOME and give the path of JRE installation as its value(eg:- C:Program FilesJavajre6bin;)
2.JAVA_HOME and give the path of JDK installation as its value(eg:- C:Program FilesJavajdk1.6.0_21bin;)
 
Under System Variables, find the variable ""path"" and edit it.
Insert the path of your JDK and JRE installation separated by semi colon(;) and click OK(eg:- C:Program FilesJavajdk1.6.0_21bin;C:Program FilesJavajre6bin;)
 
Windows XP
Start -> Control Panel -> System -> Advanced
Click on Environment Variables
 
Under User variables, create 2 variables
1.JRE_HOME and give the path of JRE installation as its value(eg:- C:Program FilesJavajre6bin;)
2.JAVA_HOME and give the path of JDK installation as its value(eg:- C:Program FilesJavajdk1.6.0_21bin;)
 
Under System Variables, find the variable ""path"" and edit it.
Insert the path of your JDK and JRE installation separated by semi colon(;) and click OK(eg:- C:Program FilesJavajdk1.6.0_21bin;C:Program FilesJavajre6bin;)
 
 
 
Hope it helps.
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Java SE Development Kit (JDK) was not found on this computer.

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That error means you don’t have the required JDK on your computer when you install NetBeans. Before installing NetBeans, make sure your computer meets the requirements and all required components are installed first prior to installing NetBeans. Since you are installing NetBeans IDE, download the latest NetBeans IDE 8.2. NetBeans IDE 8.2 requires Java SE Development Kit 8 or JDK 8 and it doesn’t work on JDK 9.

To avoid receiving that error, install JDK 8 first before installing NetBeans IDE 8.2. JDK 8 can be downloaded in two ways. You can download the standalone Java SE Development Kit 8 (JDK 8) or download the bundle JDK 8 with NetBeans IDE 8.2. This should fix the problem.

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