|Re: "Failed to create the Java Virtual Machine."..huh? [message #794406 is a reply to message #668086]
||Thu, 09 February 2012 08:45
| iga z
Registered: February 2012
I had the same problem and found this discussion, and it really didn't help me at all, because "No real name" actually found his own solution and didn't post it here, just communicated his achievement and left.
I solved my problem adding this command line in my eclise.ini file:
-vm C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin\javaw
This bug happened because I installed JRE7 and my eclipse.ini didn't specify the JVM used. In this case, I suppose that eclipse looks for the most recent and tries to start with it. (I also tried inserting the command line for the JRE7, but the error still appeared)
In my case, the correct JVM version was 6, but in other cases it may depend on how the eclipse is installed. The real problem here I suppose it was the installation of another version of JVM, that eclipse wasn't configured for.
I hope this helps someone
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