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Cant allocate more RAM even with java 64 bit


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The tracker is the right place to go for help with this, not this forum.

 

Long story short though, if you cannot allocate more than 1GB RAM then you are not using 64 bit java (try removing all the 32 bit versions and seeing if that changes anything, you can put them back afterwards).  Post on the Tracker after trying that if it's still not working.

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(for future forum travellers the problem was a 32 bit JDK installation hadn't been removed.  Remember it doesn't have to be the basic java runtime environment, if you have the developers environment that's still Java!  Remove that too and put it back afterwards if you need it - you may for your web browser.)

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