Brad

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  1. Have a look at my post near the same date as your thread. Use windows search to find "jnidispatch.dll" and see how many instances you have. Now use task manager and see is "javaw,exe" is running.... Try to isolate what app is using java.... I think the IDE will grab a handle on the in memory jnidispatch.dll library if its in memory from another app.... Try to stop the suspect app and the corersponding "javaw.dll". Then delete the "jnidispatch.dll" if its not a critical app for you. Reboot.... Make sure you have no "javaw.exe" task running. Now try and launch the ide again. No promises, I had to fuss around a bit.
  2. Ya... I am setting up a VirtualBox with Ubuntu now for any dev stuff so I can isolate everything a little better.
  3. Strange. It was the jnidispatch.dll in a folder for an app my employer makes, and I need to do my job. We released a new version last night and I unistalled the older version and upgraded. There was a handle on the old dll by an instance on javaw.exe, so I killed it, then deleted the older jnidispatch.dll. The strange thing is I had rebooted a couple time but it still found the jnidispatch.dll... Now after upgrading my company apps and deleting to older install folders, everything agrees and DesignLab IDE now runs ok. Stranger still, my companies software still uses the exact same 3.5 version of jnidispatch.dll. And it was never in my system %path% in the first place. Now I gotta go play with my new FPGA toys.
  4. Ran install using runas administrator. Ran debug using cmd running as administrator account. C:\DesignLab-1.0.7>arduino_debug.exe Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: com.sun.jna.Native.po interSize()I at com.sun.jna.Native.pointerSize(Native Method) at com.sun.jna.Native.<clinit>(Native.java:93) at processing.app.windows.Platform.<clinit>(Platform.java:305) at java.lang.Class.forName0(Native Method) at java.lang.Class.forName(Unknown Source) at processing.app.Base.initPlatform(Base.java:270) at processing.app.Base.main(Base.java:140)
  5. I can't even get started with my new hardware. DesignLab will not launch. Launch4j error: An error occured while starting the application. ArduinoDebug.exe returns Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: com.sun.native.pointerSize() Google shows nobody has same problem. Running windows 7... What's up gadget guys? I just bought two Pros and a couple arcade wings. Vanilla install doesn't even launch?