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    Windows 7 and SDK problem

    I can't get the sdk package to install on my windows 7. everytime I open the setup.exe
    it opens the command prompt and quickly disappears. Any ideas?
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    try right clicking and hitting run as administrator
    or open it from the command prompt and see what it says
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    i have the same issue, tried both of those things got the message in CMD:
    'setup.exe' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file
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    same here I have tried both ways still nothing
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    I have the same issue. Are you by chance running the 64 bit version, because that's where I think the problems (from what I've read).

    I found one supposed solution to the problem online. It involved adding a line to the android.bat file pointing to teh 64-bit version of a file, but I tried it and it didn't work for me. I haven't had much time in the last few days to dedicate to it, so I haven't gone any further.
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    negative I'm running 32 bit. I can push files to my sd card command prompt, just can't open sdk
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    Hi. I had this same issue. I installed the latest version of Java and that fixed it...the installer opened.

    **edit ...and I'm running 64-bit Win 7 and I did not make any changes to the files in the SDK.

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