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Old 10.07.2011, 00:49
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Hi,

I'm trying to install jdownloader in a free windows 7 installation, but i keep getting this message:

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The worst of all is that I've been trying in 2 different computers, yet I get the same message.

I'm using Windows 7, JRE v6 update 26 (latest stable by the moment), both Windows installations are clean, so I can't understand what's going on.

Here there's a log for those who want to take a look.

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ge.tt/8fWxNp5?c

Thanks and have a nice day (:

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Old 10.07.2011, 08:16
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according to your log, java is not installed
please remove java from our computer, and reboot
then install java 1.6 update 26 in 32 bit version
then try again the full installer from our website
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Old 10.07.2011, 19:47
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I reinstalled java twice and no results. I use software to remove it, like revo uninstaller or your uninstaller -this one my favorit- then I reboot, clean the rests with Ccleaner, then reboot, then i install java.

It must be some problem related to update 26, i'll try to install a previous update and then update to the latest one in order to solve this matter.

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Old 10.07.2011, 19:55
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Another detail, the version recommended in Jdownloader website, is update 17, which would be nice if it was the latest update, because there are some security issues with previous versions.
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Old 11.07.2011, 10:12
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You're sure there are no security issues with the most recent version of the JRE?
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Old 11.07.2011, 13:12
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we suggest to use 1.6 update 24 at the moment, cause update 26 seems to cause more issues with shutdown
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Old 11.07.2011, 15:27
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Quote:
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You're sure there are no security issues with the most recent version of the JRE?
This is an example of a useless question. Of course that i'm NOT SURE!!!! BUT AT LEAST THE NEW VERSIONS ARE HERE TO FIX THE FRICKING PREVIOUS BUGS!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 11.07.2011, 15:29
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we suggest to use 1.6 update 24 at the moment, cause update 26 seems to cause more issues with shutdown
Ok, I installed java 6 up26 and jdownloader on a clean instalation (virtual machine) and everything goes ok.

I formatted the pc with the java problem, turn in that before installing the video drivers (nvidia) I could install jdownloader, but after that, the famous error with the red cross appears. I guess it must be the video drivers.
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Old 11.07.2011, 15:31
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Found something,
Java apps (JDownloader) and nvidia 180.* AND 185.* problems

here's the link (sorry for spam)

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.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=133913

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Old 12.07.2011, 09:32
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If you're having display problems with jD, please read Disable Direct 3D Usage.

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!!!! BUT AT LEAST THE NEW VERSIONS ARE HERE TO FIX THE FRICKING PREVIOUS BUGS!!!!!!!!!!
I won't shout but did you know that in 2003, Developer News reported that 50% of all bug fixes are incorrectly performed the first time, often introducing new bugs in the fixing process. Every developer should determine whether the existing bugs pose less risk than the bugs that will be introduced by fixing them.
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Old 13.07.2011, 20:12
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im running on win XP SP3 and jre update 26 there no problem here
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