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Author Topic: The registry refers to a nonexistent Java Runtime Environment instalation or the runtime is corupted
janewaite
Newbie
Posts: 16
Post The registry refers to a nonexistent Java Runtime Environment instalation or the runtime is corupted
on: December 2, 2017, 13:10

Suddenly out of the blue when I click on Docear I get Lunch4j The registry refers to a nonexistent Java Runtime Environment Installation or the runtime is corrupted. They system cannot find the path specified.

If anyone can help I would be indebted.

Thank you for your feedback. Please note that we - the Docear team - currently do not have the time to answer support questions. However, we encourage all Docear users to help each other.

Leonard
Newbie
Posts: 1
Post Re: The registry refers to a nonexistent Java Runtime Environment instalation or the runtime is corupted
on: March 15, 2018, 17:54

I\'m on Windows 10. I\'m more of a Mac user, so I hope the following makes sense.

I have a work-around. The start menu item runs docear.exe, but if you run docear.bat, Docear starts okay (although it has a command window open, which might bother some people).

Open the start menu, navigate in it to Docear and then open the \"folder\" for Docear
Right click on it and navigate to More and File Location - open file location for the start menu item
Right click on Docear.lnk and select Properties
In the pop-up you\'ll see the Target path has the docear.exe. Change that to docear.bat
You can then use the start menu item for Docear

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