ShaneG 10 points N/APosted on - 10/19/2011
Hello to everyone out there!
In my work I'm using an educational software that needs Java to run some of the interactive animations. But instead of the animation starting I get this error. At first I uninstalled my current Java and downloaded an .exe file from their site. It still doesn't work. Can someone help please? Lots of thanks!
The registry refers to a nonexistent Java Runtime Environment installation of the runtime is corrupted.
It's error from your registry or from your hard drive where your java was installed and in your windows system32. We can say a conflict to your registry. First you need to uninstall your java by going to control panel then programs then uninstall it. After that, you need to run a Microsoft clean up utility that will delete your java and all its content. Then after running the clean up utility, install again the java. Try to download also the JDK here and install it. Hope it may work.
The error or message that pop-up in your screen, when you start run the Java to your system, referring there is a file this been corrupted to your runtime.
The solution is an attempt to download other latest version to your PC, and then tries to uninstall the Java Runtime Environment, and then try to install the new downloaded Java, and then just simply restart your machine. After you restarting the PC download the application just simply update the Java Runtime Environment, and then attempt to scan the system to check if there infected file to your system if it’s possible.
It appears the cause of the error is from the registry which means there are registry entries from the Java Runtime Environment that are now non-existent or pointing to an installation of the Java Runtime Environment that has been removed or uninstalled making the entry in the Windows registry invalid. What you need to do, in this case, is to clean your Windows registry.
Download PC Tools Performance Toolkit. Follow the instructions to download and unpack and then install it. Once installed, start PC Tools then go to “Performance” tab and click “Clean Your Registry.”
On the next screen, make sure “Complete Registry Scan” is selected then click “Start Scan.”
Wait for the scan to complete. When it is finished, click “Repair” to fix all problems found.
All entries found will be deleted from the registry as a way of cleaning the Windows registry. After this, close PC Tools then try running your program again and see if it works.