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GETTING JREW.EXE ERROR WHILE INSTALLING ORACLE 9I IN WINDOWS VISTA

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I am getting an error as 'JREW.EXE is stopping this installation' while installing ORACLE 9I on windows vista home edition operating system.  Please give me a solution for the same.
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The problem is Oracle 9I is not compatible with Vista. Possible solutions are downgrade to Windows XP or upgrade to a newer version of Oracle. Sorry.

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There is a version of Oracle Client that is compatible with Vista... you should install *at least* 10gR2 (v10.2.0.3)... if you go to OTN.oracle.com, the release specifically says it is for Vista.  Try this page:

http://www.oracle.com/technology/software/products/database/oracle10g/htdocs/10203vista.html
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