2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 15, 2019 6:41 PM by 4022582

    SQL Developer not starting Windows 10

    4022582

      Hello guys,

       

      i have searched and have not found the solution to my Problem and do not what to do, as if i have tryed anything i knew.

       

      I want to use the sqldeveloper on Windows 10 with 64 Bit.

       

      I downloaded the right Zip-file (sqldeveloper for 64 Bit with JDK 8), extracted it into a new Folder (did it on the Windows Partition and non Windows Partition, no difference) and wanted to start it.

       

      A Window appears and the blue bar starts to grow with the Headline "loading data" it goes like that for a few seconds. After that the Window instantly disappears and Nothing more is Happening.

       

      I tryed to change the msvcr100.dll in the JDK8/bin-Folder as it is recommended by ORACLE when it is not starting, but it does not help.

       

      I hope, you can guys can help my out, because i Need this for the University.

       

      English is not my mother tongue, so i am sorry for mistakes! I hope, you understand my Problem.

       

       

      Best regards

       

      Rainer

        • 1. Re: SQL Developer not starting Windows 10
          Glen Conway

          First off, you need to see what kind of error message the crash / disappearance is producing.  To do that...

          1. Open a Cmd window.

          2. CD to your SQL Developer installation's sqldeveloper\sqldeveloper\bin directory.

          3. Run .\sqldeveloper.exe

           

          You should see some messages.  The two most common scenarios:

          1) If the Java Virtual Machine is crashing, it could be Java not interacting well with your machine's video driver version. Try updating it.

          2) Corrupt user settings (for 19.1, C:\Users\<yourID>\AppData\Roaming\SQL Developer\system19.1.0.094.2042).  Delete the dir and try again.

           

          If it is the lack of a msvcr100.dll on your PATH, or some old, incorrect version, put a copy of the one from the bundled JDK in a directory included first in your PATH variable.

           

          Cheers

          • 2. Re: SQL Developer not starting Windows 10
            4022582

            Hello Glenn!

            You made me happy again!

            The Drivers were all up to date, but the second step was the winner!

            I really thank you!

             

            have a good evening!