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Macbook software startup error message-- JAVA related

Posted on 2008-10-09
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I installed software to help me sync multiple iPods in conjunction with a sync/charging station. The software seems to be installed, the icon appears on the desktop, but when I try to open it, I get the error messge attached.

What do I do?
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It seems that the program needs java 1.6 and you have installed java 1.5?

can you check what version of java you have installed?

type in the console the following command: java -version

check also the requirements for the software and please post the full error. On the screenshot is not everything visible ;-)
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by:MicheleMarcon
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Did you check the operating system/Java requirements for the software?
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Could you please tell us the name of the sofware?
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