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Siddhesh Khedekar
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Hello Experts,

When I try to open my Java Virtual Machine from Control Panel --> Java , it gives error A java exception has occured.

Any idea.

Thanks.
 
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Try reinstalling it...
 
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Siddhesh Khedekar wrote:Hello Experts,

When I try to open my Java Virtual Machine from Control Panel --> Java , it gives error A java exception has occured.

Any idea.

Thanks.


1. have you updated your java version lately?
2. can you paste the exact error message? Or is it just that "A java exception has occurred"?
3. if that is the whole error message, what is the result when you start this control panel from command line? i.e. with javacpl or javaws -viewer ?

 
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You can also check for any error in System Tools -> Even Viewer -> Application for any error and search for the error resolution if any.
 
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Tim McGuire wrote:
Siddhesh Khedekar wrote:Hello Experts,

When I try to open my Java Virtual Machine from Control Panel --> Java , it gives error A java exception has occured.

Any idea.

Thanks.


1. have you updated your java version lately?
2. can you paste the exact error message? Or is it just that "A java exception has occurred"?
3. if that is the whole error message, what is the result when you start this control panel from command line? i.e. with javacpl or javaws -viewer ?



1. Yes
2. just that "A java exception has occurred"
3. Can you please elaborate, since I did not understand it.

Thank You.
 
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Siddhesh Khedekar wrote:
3. if that is the whole error message, what is the result when you start this control panel from command line? i.e. with javacpl or javaws -viewer ?

1. Yes
2. just that "A java exception has occurred"
3. Can you please elaborate, since I did not understand it.

Thank You.


by #3 I meant, open up the command prompt (run --> cmd) and type or and see if you get any more details about the problem (those commands are just other ways to open the java control panel).

anyway, I'd agree with Roberto Perillo to reinstall it. Get rid of both the new version of java and the old version and reinstall this new version.
 
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Tim McGuire wrote:
Siddhesh Khedekar wrote:
3. if that is the whole error message, what is the result when you start this control panel from command line? i.e. with javacpl or javaws -viewer ?

1. Yes
2. just that "A java exception has occurred"
3. Can you please elaborate, since I did not understand it.

Thank You.


by #3 I meant, open up the command prompt (run --> cmd) and type or and see if you get any more details about the problem (those commands are just other ways to open the java control panel).

anyway, I'd agree with Roberto Perillo to reinstall it. Get rid of both the new version of java and the old version and reinstall this new version.



Reinstalling worked for me.

Thank you everyone.
 
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