Unable to launch the Java update installer error in Windows Fix



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The modern Internet browser does not require the installation of Java on Windows. However, millions of users still use the old version of Windows and need Java to perform certain tasks. However, when you update Java, you may not be able to launch the Java Update installer, and the process may be interrupted by a user error.

Another similar error is that Java(TM) Update cannot start the Java(TM) Update installer: the requested operation requires an increase.

This error may be due to administrator rights issues. In this article, we show you how to resolve the “Java Update Installer cannot start” error in Windows.

Check the Error

I’ve had situations where an installation error was displayed when Java was correctly installed. I therefore recommend starting the troubleshooting by checking if Java is really not working. The easiest way is to go to this special test page, which will tell you conclusively if Java is working.



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Installation of Java with Administrative Rights

If you have problems installing Java on Windows 7 or Windows 8, try installing Java as an administrator. To do this, download the offline installer and save it to an empty folder on your hard drive. Then right-click the executable file and choose Run as administrator from the context menu.

Temporarily disable user account control

Some people have reported that the user account control feature interferes with the installation of Java. If you believe that User Account Control is the cause of your problem, you can temporarily disable it until the installation is complete. How to do this depends on the version of Windows you are using. In Windows 8, you will find the option to change user account control settings in the Control Panel under System and Security | Action Center.

Uninstall older versions of Java before installing the new Java package.

  • Go to Control Panel.
  • Click Programs and Features.
  • Select the Java package and click Uninstall.
  • Restart the system.

Try to install the Java package from the official website.

Disable Java content in the browser from the Java control panel and reinstall Java
Go to Start and open the Control Panel.

  • In the Control Panel, click the Java icon to open the Java Control Panel.
  • Navigate to the Security tab.
  • Uncheck the Enable Java Content in Browser option.
  • Click Apply and OK to save the changes.
  • To reinstall the Java package, download and install the Java package from the official website here.

https://www.java.com/en/download/help/java-update-download-failure.xml



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