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That's a native crash. That does not have to be related to the JRE, it just means the crash happened in a piece of native code and not in a piece of Java code. That could be a native component of the runtime, but more likely it happens in one of the many libraries that Minecraft uses. I would try upgrading your video and sound drivers to the latest versions if you have not already done that. I also had crash problems with Minecraft 1.0 at the time (after a random amount of playing time) and I solved it by removing the OpenAL DLL that is installed with Minecraft; it is very much outdated and generally a better version is already installed if you play any other games. If not, you can download the latest version here: http://connect.creativelabs.com/openal/default.aspx
For further assistance with your specific commercial product, refer to the company that created it for technical support. Or minecraftforum.net. Or Google.
+... this isn't a Minecraft support forum. Take the suggestions in the first reply and try elsewhere.+
+(A google search for `minecraft forums` showed me 52 million results and a search on `minecraft help` showed me more than 200 million results.)+
Dear moderator, i've posted this thread here, because i thought, that that's java problem