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I have a windows 7 32-bit system, which JDK 1.5 installed ( this is for a legacy application ). Now I have to install Websphere Server Toolkit 6.0 into this system. I have the setup and the patch files, but I am not able to install the main setup itself. Whenever I try to run the install.exe, i get windows message showing incompatible file... I tried to run it in compatible mode also, but still no change.. I even tried the silent run from command prompt: install.exe -option "./install-options.txt" -silent, but this also did not help. I can't change the OS or the JDK, as the application which I have to work on, uses these environments. Please tell me if there is a way to fix this..
kona krishnakumar wrote:when you tried to do silent installation, did you given exact path of response file.
sorry for the delayed response, yes, i had given the exact path, it did not work out for me. but i did manage to install it, got a new exe path file from IBM website. I have installed it now, but i have ran into another problem. I have a dual core system with 3.5 GB ram, but somehow, whenever i use websphere, system gets really slow and then websphere crashes.. it is happening quite often, if i get to know that system is having issues, i can then contact the system admins for that. but what if the issue is with websphere itself? has anyone else experienced it?