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You have one of a couple of problems:
1 - possibly a corrupt java install or registry entry
2 - your loader for your installer could be corrupt
I cannot tell you specifically what the problem is, but here is how I would go about resolving it.
1 - uninstall the any failed effort of the loader.
2 - uninstall java
3 - reboot
4 - run a registry cleaner like ccleaner
5 - clean all temp files and fix all the registry problems
6 - reboot
7 - load the new version, or an appropriate version for your installer, of Java
8 - install Java
9 - reboot
10 - load a new version of the package you want to install from Oracle.
11 - install the new Oracle package.
12 - reboot
13 - rerun the registry cleaner
14 - reboot
15 - use your newly installed product.
I've dealt with Windows idiosyncrasies for over 20 years now and I am still amazed at just how many of the problems are caused by lack of a clean registry, corrupt local applications, or temporary files being orphaned.