Java versions that are supported by the GRAPHISOFT installers (or un-installers)
by MartonKiss, updated 2012-10-24 • Windows only
In many cases newer, older, corrupted Java versions may block the installation and uninstallation of the GRAPHISOFT products. From here you can download the Java version that was bundled with the ArchiCAD version you have.
After a successful installation/uninstallation the best is updating Java to the latest version. You can download the latest version from java.com
Java installers for ArchiCAD
Java installers for ArchiCAD can be downloaded from graphisoft.com/Java
About Java 7
ArchiCAD 16 Hotfixes
If you are installing an ArchiCAD 16 Hotfix onto a Windows platform Java 6 will be required even if Java version 7 is already installed on your computer. If Java 6 is not present on your Windows you can download and install from here. The two Java Versions will not interfere.
If you are installing ArchiCAD 16 and Java version 7 is installed on your computer, the installer (or un-installer) of ArchiCAD will install the required Java version 1.6.32. The two Java Versions will not interfere.
ArchiCAD 11 - ArchiCAD 15
If you are installing ArchiCAD 11-15 and Java version 7 is installed, the installers (or un-installers) of ArchiCAD won't work. To make them work:
- Temporarily uninstall the v7 Java version
open Control Panel
Remove Java 7
- Install the one from the previous list for the version of ArchiCAD you have (in most of the cases when you install Java version 7 (1.7) the old Java version is kept, so you only need to remove Java 7 in order to make the GRAPHISOFT installer work)
- Install/Uninstall the ArchiCAD version
After that you can reinstall the original Java version - e.g. from http://java.com/en/
UNINSTALL JAVA AT YOUR OWN RISK. Refer to www.java.com for the proper uninstall procedure. The removal of Java may have adverse affects on your system and is not advised unless you understand the risk and are competent at performing such procedures.
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