I followed all the instructions provided by my course professor to install Netbeans 8.2 IDE and JDK. In a first moment I installed JDK 11.0.4, I setted up PATH and after that I tried to install Netbeans 8.2. The installer showed up an error message about missing JDK. So I used --extract command and I installed manually successfully.
After installation I executed Netbeans 8.2 but neither New Project or New File worked. So I figured out by Documentation that this version of Netbeans support at least JDK 8. So I repeated the process and installed JDK 8 version (precisely jdk1.8.0_221). Now all works fine and I can open new projects/files.
So I thought it was better to uninstall Netbeans (because I used an unusual way to install it) and do a cleaner installation. But when executing installer this error pops up.
"unsupported java vm version"
How can I resolve this issue? Tell me if I have to share anything useful to solve.
- OS: Windows 10 Home 64 bit (10.0, build 18362)
- System model: VivoBook_ASUSLaptop X530FN_S530FN
- BIOS: X530FN.305
- CPU: Intel(R)Core(TM) i5-8265U
- Memory: 8192MB RAM