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No Java virtual machine was found
Niklas Waller    

I installed Eclipse 3.4 Classic on a new computer a while ago and it worked fine as usual. However, suddenly after a few weeks, it started behaving strange. Whenever after I restarted the computer and tried to open Eclipse I got the following error message: br/br/ div style="font-style:italic;padding:10px;background-color:#F0F0F0;" A Java Runtime Environment (JRE) or Java Development Kit (JDK) must be available in order to run Eclipse. No Java virtual machine was found after searching the following locations: br/C:eclipsejrebinjavaw.exe br/javaw.exe in your current PATH/div br/ IMG border=0 alt="" src="http://www.wohill.com/images/eclipse_error_mess.jpg" br/br/If I uninstalled the current JRE and reinstalled another version it suddenly started to work to start Eclipse but only until the next time the computer was restarted. br/br/I tried to remove the current Eclipse package and install a newer version (3.5) but that didn't work either. In fact, my fix with uninstalling and reinstalling the JRE didn't work either. br/br/I browsed the Internet and finally found a solution that worked for me. It is rather simple. The only thing needed is to add something to the PATH environment variable. br/br/UBDetailed description:/B/U br/1. Go to Control Panel br/2. Click on 'Systems' br/3. Click on 'Advanced tab' br/4. Click 'Environment Variables' br/5. Go to Path in the 'System Variables' section and edit it. br/6. Add this string to the end of the PATH; BC:Program FilesJava;C:Program FilesJavajdk1.6.0_19bin/B. It is the path to the Java directory and to the JDK bin directory. br/br/Now, start Eclipse and it should work again! br/br /br /img src='http://www.wohill.com/images/wo_section_dev1a.jpg' / pa href="http://feedads.g.doubleclick.net/~a/eppAv_JMZN11NiJDX1isuz9zHEw/0/da"img src="http://feedads.g.doubleclick.net/~a/eppAv_JMZN11NiJDX1isuz9zHEw/0/di" border="0" ismap="true"/img/abr/ a href="http://feedads.g.doubleclick.net/~a/eppAv_JMZN11NiJDX1isuz9zHEw/1/da"img src="http://feedads.g.doubleclick.net/~a/eppAv_JMZN11NiJDX1isuz9zHEw/1/di" border="0" ismap="true"/img/a/p

Sep 22, 2010
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