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Old 02.04.2011, 09:35
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Please set a restore point, uninstall Quicktime, restart the computer, and try again. Quicktime installs an inconsistent version of Java and can interfere with operation of other programs. If this fixes the problem, you can try installing an up to date version of Quicktime.

It might be necessary to edit your system path (My Computer -> Properties -> Advanced -> Environment variables).

Your Java path should appear immediately after
Code:
C:\WINDOWS\system32;C:\WINDOWS;C:\WINDOWS\System32\Wbem;
Remember to restart the computer after changing the path.

In any case, please tell us what you try and what happens. Remember to supply any new hs_err*.log files.

It might help to start JDownloader using the Emergency Log procedure (see my signature).
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