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Glad you found a work-around of sorts. Please consider marking your last response as the solution by clicking on the Mark Solved button within the post. One more thing though, your last solution contains a very important statement containing information that should have been included in your first post:

 

I have VMWare player installed on my laptop (workstation 9.0 virtual machine). There I´ve got Linux Ubuntu 12.10 installed.

 

That configuration is a far cry from the standard win configuration I was using for comparison.

 

Thanks for reporting your success,

 

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Hello UCanFixIt,

 

thanks for your latest reply.

 

That configuration is a far cry from the standard win configuration I was using for comparison.

 

 

I just wanted to add that running the virtual machine was my last attempt regarding the problem of getting Java finally started. I tried that only yesterday.

Otherwise I would have told you about it of course.

While exchanging views concerning Java I was using my WIN7 Home Premium operating system (SP1).

So I think we dindn´t do anything wrong there.

 

Greetings

Rosika

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