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Solved: Java "hs_err_pid" Error

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Raynor1219, Oct 18, 2012.

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  1. Raynor1219

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    I've been having this problem for several months now, and every solution I have tried to fix it has failed. When running programs that rely on Java (such as Minecraft, PokeMMO, etc.) the game will not run, and creates an "hs_err_pid" error where the application file is. Below is a list of the solutions I have tried and my system information.

    System Info:
    ASUS Notebook G73Jh Series
    Windows 7 Home Premium (64 Bit) Service Pack 1
    Intel Core i7 CPU Q720 @ 1.60GHz
    6.00 GB RAM
    ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5870
    446 GB Hard Disk (243 Free)
    Direct X 10

    Solutions Tried:
    Uninstalling and Re-installing Java
    Rebooting my Computer (Several Times)
    Uninstalling and completely removing the application
    Uninstalling and completely removing Java
    Using an older version of Java(only as far back as Java 6)
    Completely restoring my computer to factory default

    Here is the most recent error. I am currently using Java 6, Update 37 (64 bit). I know this is not the most recent version, but Java 7, Update 9 (64 bit) was also not working.

     
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