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How To Resolve The Error 3 in Windows?

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How to Resolve Error 3 in Windows Simply

When we’re trying to install an update and/or software in windows, a fatal error 3 could be occurred during the process. This may be frustrating while we are in the verge of something more important than sticking with some errors in your operating system. In order to resolve the error 3 in windows you have to penetrate into the setting to correct them to deduce the future problems.

This method will be helpful for the people using windows XP, Vista, 7

When you are trying to install an NDK file/component (.EXE), you may get this fatal error 3 interrupting your installation, follow the steps to resolve this problem. We’ll let you know the reason behind this problem at the end of this article.

How To Resolve The Error 3 in Windows?

Step 1: Go to the properties in your windows My Computer.

My Computer-> Right click-> Properties

Step 2: Now you may see catalogs which show various windows option.  Click the advanced settings. A pop Up will appear.

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Step 3: Under the system start up and recovery option you may see the command button ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES. Click it.

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Step 4: Now under the system variable click PATH and then click edit.

 

Step 5: Copy this piece of link and paste it in the path as an extension. See the image below.

C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin

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Step 6: Then click on the OK button and exit. Restart you windows so that the internal error 3 can be fixed.

Step 7: Now try installing the component.

Why do I Get Error 3 in Windows

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If you’re willing to know why do this error 3 problem occurred in your windows go below.

The primary reason behind this error 3 code is the improper configuration of JVM in system path.

This error 3 actually happens due to the java version that is used by the uninstaller. If your system runs with JV 1.5 or higher, then this problem might happen as the uninstaller will be looking for JV 1.4. If your system doesn’t have the java 1.4 version, download and install it. And then invoke the uninstaller to use the 1.4 version by applying this piece code.

“C:\Program Files\Borland\StarTeam Cross-Platform Client 2005 R2\UninstallerData>Uninstall.exe LAX_VM “C:\Program Files\Java\j2re1.4.2_12\bin\java.exe”

If you’re not sure how to use this code on to your operating system, go to support.microsft.com for future details.

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