Thanks for your response. I tried that command. Where does it print the exception? The application event log doesn't seem to log anything different.
Thanks for helping me out.See attached file for the results I get when I run java.exe from the Arduino java\bin folder in a command prompt. I ran java.exe - verbose and I ran java.exe - version. Both commands run fine and it doesn't spawn any errors in the Application Log.I also tried to run Arduino as Administrator and I get the same result, with the same error in the Application Log as running it normally. One additional note: I'm running another program that requires Java just fine - APC Powerchute.
I attached the launch4j.log file. Doesn't tell me much. I'll search the exit code in Google and see if it comes upt with anything.
Hi,So I tried the command you suggested. It errored out. Attached is the log it wrote to my Arduino folder. Really not sure what to do next. I guess I can log a bug report to the url in the log file.If anyone has any ideas, it would be greatly appreciated.Not sure if it has anything to do with it, but I'm running this on an Intel Atom processor. Does that matter? Is the Arduino IDE compatible with the Atom processor?Thanks,Bart
I have the exact same problem, also an ATOM computer. Have installed Arduino IDE countless times on computers, never a problem...until this little one which uses an ATOM processor.This one is a fit-pci, small thing, like the shuttle.So I think we've found something unusual with Java, unfortunately for us.Not sure where or what to do with this issue.
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