Your Java virtual machine (JRE) is not supported

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Hi all,

When I try to open an application in Java, I ended up with an error message. It says there is an invalid architecture. For your information, I have Windows Vista, 64 bit and 250 GB hard disk. So I cannot run this program in the current configuration, please help to resolve this error. Your help is great. Thanks.

Your Java virtual machine (JRE) is not supported.

Reason: your JRE architecture is: 64 bits.

Required JRE architecture: 32 (x86) bits.

Please uninstall your current Java JRE, then re-download and install java JRE for 32 bits (x86).

Answered By 105 points N/A #190626

Your Java virtual machine (JRE) is not supported



JRE (Java Runtime Environment) is such a program that supports programs to run perfectly developed with Java language. JRE is available on both system: x86 and x64. But there is some trouble with x64 OS.

In Windows x64, both OS are present: x86 and x64. So, in order to enjoy Java programs, both x86 and x64 JRE are needed.

Just download and install the latest JRE of Windows x86 and x64. Then, launch your application once again. This will definitely run without any error.

Answered By 588035 points N/A #307036

Your Java virtual machine (JRE) is not supported


I think the problem is with the Java application you want to run. It probably requires 32-bit Java Runtime Environment but you have 64-bit version. Just try replacing it with a 32-bit version to see if it’ll work. Open your web browser and download the free version of Revo Uninstaller and install it.

Once installed, start Revo Uninstaller then select your Java Runtime Environment from the list and click “Uninstall” then follow the normal uninstall process. When you are prompted to restart the computer, select to restart later. Once uninstall is complete, click “Scan” to scan your computer for any leftovers and then delete everything it finds. This will remove everything the program created on your computer.

After this, close Revo Uninstaller then restart the computer. After booting, open your web browser and download the latest 32-bit Java SE Runtime Environment and install it. See if this fixes the problem.

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