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JREW.EXE stack overflow

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When I start the "ORACLE Database Assistant" for ORACLE 8.0.6 Enterprise edition for WINDOWS NT I get the error message from Dr. Watson

   "stack overflow"

Any idea how to start the database assistant otherwise?

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Ralf Scholler
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by:vishal68
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Check the display settings for your system. You need minimum 256 colors for JRE to work.
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Thank you for the info, my system settings for the colors is 16777216. I tried all other settins but "jrew" still crashes.

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Ralf Scholler
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What is the system configuration you have. RAM, Virtual Memory, CPU etc
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by:RalfScholler
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The main memory is 512 MB, the CPU is 1.7 GB and the memory in use is about 140 MB before I start the database assistant. How can I check the virtual memory?

I very much appreciate yourhelp!

Cheers

Ralf Scholler
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by:UsamaMunir
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Well
i think You should stop any additional programs that are running along with it.

However Virtual Memory is not the Problem i guess.

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by:rssmith_utah
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Check the length of the string in your Control Panel / System/Environment 'PATH'.  If it exceeds 256 characters (and JREW installations will do this to you), the application will fail.  Reduce the length of the string to less than 257 characters and see if your problem goes away.
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