Extra info that might or might not be relevant - In my "Apps and Features" screen, I have Realtek Bluetooth Filter Driver Package, Card Reader, High Definition Audio Driver, USB 2.0 Card Reader, WLAN Driver installed. As well as "Windows Driver Package - Realtek Semiconductor corp RtkBtFilter Bluetooth (07/11/2012 188.8.131.52)" and three NVIDIA (drivers?)"NVIDIA 3D Vision Driver 306.04", "NVIDIA Graphics Driver 306.04", "NVIDIA PhysX System Software 9.12.0604".
1) You have a 64 bit operating system. The Java installer will by default have you download the 32 bit version, especially if you are using a 32 bit browser. Download the 64 bit version here. Being that you are using a 64 bit operating system, that means that you'll not be able to use your RAM or your processor to its fullest potential.
2) Try going to the NVidia website with the 64 bit version of Java installed and see if it works. You'll need the actual drivers from NVidia because they will actually contain the drivers to access OpenGL (which Minecraft needs to have to run). Microsoft's Generic Drivers will NOT be fully compatible with all of the features of your graphics card and cause problems (and OpenGL is one of those areas that people have had issues with using them).
3) If you are using the default Minecraft launcher, it is advised to not use it. It is ok for launching the game, but isn't as good as some of the 3rd party ones out there (especially if you plan on having multiple instances). Try MultiMC. With that, you can actually test your version of Java and make sure it is in good working order for launching Minecraft. I don't know if you plan on modding your Minecraft experience down the road, but if you are, then you will definitely benefit from having a different launcher.
and download and install the Windows Offline version, which will be the 32 bit version that should work with your browser. Then go to the Nvidia site and see if it works.
Also, some browsers do not allow Java to run (like Google Chrome), as I just tested with the latest version of Java (both 32 and 64 bit) and the only browser that the Nvidia detector works on was Internet Explorer. Both Chrome and Firefox said that Java wasn't installed, most likely because they are blocking it, or I think in the case of Chrome, not supporting Java at all anymore. So try it on Internet Explorer. If it still doesn't work, then go here:
And use manual driver search. Most Nvidia drivers will cover a large range of cards for that OS, so even if you don't know exactly what card you have, as long as you get the drivers for your OS, it will most likely work. It will check when you install them if they are the correct ones for your card and OS, and if they aren't it won't do anything. So set the search for "Geforce" then "Geforce 10 series" (or Geforce 900 series, doesn't matter what card you pick in either) then "Windows 10 64 bit" (this is the important one) and "English" (or your language) and the last at "All" and hit search. It should come up with a list and at the top will be the most current driver. Download that and try installing it. If it fails, then you know that's not the right one.
According to the Toshiba site, your computer could also have an Intel graphics chip. Unless you're sure it's Nvidia, but if you're not, go to the Intel link on the hopper page you linked above and see if their driver detector works.
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