Tried to install Nevernote on a Windows XP Pro SP3 laptop, and when attempting to execute the NeverNote.bat file (or program icon) I received the message (in a pop-up window) "Could not find the main-class. Program will exit!". The header on the pop-up window indicates Java Virtual Machine Launcher.
When checkint he java version on the laptop, the response is: Java version "1.3.1_01". Not sure where this is being picked up from, but under Control Panel, Java version indicates "1.6.0_21".
Where is the JVM version being picked up from?
As an aside: I also had Nevernote installed on a Win7Pro HP laptop, again with the latest version of Java, and it too crashes at startup when clicking on the Nevernote java program (same failure on JVM). Just strange that the Windows component is consistently failing.
Would like to make sure it works on Windows before switching over to Linux for cross-platform use.
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