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There are several java-based software available for Windows. The Java Platform SE binary error is a standard error that arises when users try to launch Java-based programs. Because of this error, users cannot open Java-based programs. In this article, we will show how you can fix this issue. Follow the solutions mentioned below.

Update Graphics Card Driver

To fix the error, you can try updating the graphics card driver manually. Go to the Device Manager. click on Display Adapter, and then select your graphics card. Right-click on it, and choose the update driver option. Follow the on-screen directions to complete the process.

Reinstall Java

Here are the steps to follow:

Tap the Windows + R button on your keyboard to launch the Run prompt.

In the Run command-line, type “appwiz.cpl” and click “OK” to launch uninstaller for Windows.

In the search field, type “Java.”

Tap on it and select “Uninstall.”

Now restart your device after you have uninstalled the complete list of java entries in Program & Features.

Now, reinstall the Java program.

Configure Environment Variables

Here are the steps to follow:

Tap the Windows + S button on your keyboard to open the Windows search bar.

In the search field, type “system info.”

Select “System.”

Select “Advanced system settings” to launch the system properties tab.

Select “Environment Variables” under the system advanced option.

Now select the “New” option in the “System variables.”

Type “_JAVA_OPTIONS” in the variable name text button.

Type “-Xmx256M” in the variable name text button.

Select “OK” to close the New System Variable window.

Tap the “OK” option in the “Environment Variables” tab.

Now, check if the Java program is working or not

Clean Boot Windows

Here are the steps to follow:

Tap the Windows + R button on your keyboard to open the run prompt.

In the Run command line type “MSConfig” and hit “OK” to launch MSConfig.

First, you need to select the “Selective startup” radio option.

Deselect the “Load startup items” button.

Click the “Use original boot configuration” and “Load system services” button.

Click the “Hide all Microsoft services” button on the service page.

Select the “Disable all” button to stop third-party service.

Tap the “Apply” option.

Select “OK” to close the window.

Select “Restart” in the dialog box.

After the above process, you need to try to run java software.

Hopefully, after applying the solutions mentioned above, your Java app will stop crashing.



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