When I try to open minecraft I get an error which says "No NJM could be found on your system. Please define EXE4J_JAVA_HOME to point to an installed 32-bit JDK or JRE installed from www.java.com
"(Which I know means Java Virtual Machine). I have Windows 7 64-bit
and I downloaded the 64-bit
but got this error. It works with 32-bit
but then I can't have render distance on far. Oh yeah one more thing, I thought it would maybe be easier for you to explain if you guys knew my java path, so here it is: "C:\Program\Java\jre6
" I also have a folder called "Program (x86)
" which java was installed in when I installed 32-bit
java without uninstalling the 64-bit
one (which is installed in the "Program
" folder.) First I thought that I might need to install the 64-bit
java in the "Program (x86)
" folder (since it worked for the 32-bit
one), but then I remembered that x86 is for 32-bit
Also, I can't choose the path for my java installation
. If you wonder why I have no "Program Files
" folder, it's because my PC is Swedish.
Please help me! Thanks.
PS. Of course I have tried to uninstall java and then install the proper 64-bit ver. But it doesn't work.
I've also tried everything above with Java 7