1. thataznguy001's Avatar
    i installed the latest version of Java and im currently running win 7 64-bit and when i run tinyumbrella, it just doesnt open, the things like spine and those little msg in the beginning pops up but then after that, nothing happens. installed the latest version of tinyumbrella as well. how do i fix this? plz help
    2012-07-03 02:07 AM
  2. Cer0's Avatar
    Try right clicking and have it run as admin.
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    2012-07-03 02:14 AM
  3. thataznguy001's Avatar
    i've done that and received the same result
    2012-07-03 02:25 AM
  4. Susty's Avatar
    What does, if anything... The event viewer within windows say?
    2012-07-03 02:49 AM
  5. thataznguy001's Avatar
    not sure what u mean
    2012-07-03 02:54 AM
  6. Cer0's Avatar
    What version of Java did you get. A search I saw a few things saying java 64 bit will not work with TU. Can't do further checking because work blocks most sites so I can't read into some more.
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    2012-07-03 02:55 AM
  7. Susty's Avatar
    Dns/rpc client services are required as well as the ipconfig/netstat services along with a few other services... So I'm gonna go on a whim & ask...

    What anti virus have you installed.

    Whatever it is, disable it for the time being & then try it.. You'll probably find it's blocking it from running at the moment.
    2012-07-03 02:55 AM
  8. thataznguy001's Avatar
    it says unable to validate library something then it gives me a txt file called umbrella. im currently running java version 32-bit
    and my anti virus is trend micro

    but the anti virus expired, so it shouldnt be a problem
    2012-07-03 03:01 AM
  9. Susty's Avatar
    it says unable to validate library something then it gives me a txt file called umbrella. im currently running java version 32-bit
    and my anti virus is trend micro

    but the anti virus expired, so it shouldnt be a problem
    It's been a while since I've used trend, but just stop that..

    Because it's expired doesn't mean that it won't allow unknown program's to use system files, & trend is pretty decent like that in a good way... It being expired just means the virus database won't update.

    So in an example like tinyumbrella, because it's trying to use particular files, it can & still will stop some program's running if it doesn't know what they are..

    Good & free antivirus to use is avast.
    Last edited by Susty; 2012-07-03 at 03:09 AM.
    2012-07-03 03:05 AM
  10. thataznguy001's Avatar
    it says unable to validate library and when i look at other videos, it doesnt say that, maybe that's the problem?
    2012-07-03 03:19 AM
  11. H4CK3R's Avatar
    I can't say for sure that this will work since I just use redsn0w for this, but try unzipping (extracting) it and then try running it. Validate library seems like something to do with unzipping in my opinion.
    2012-07-03 03:22 AM
  12. EVO's Avatar
    make sure you have installed the latest java version

    if you're not sure, just go to java.com and download it, install, then try opening tinyumbrella again
    2012-07-03 03:23 AM
  13. thataznguy001's Avatar
    unzipping redsnow??

    and i do have the latest version of java installed as a said above
    2012-07-03 03:25 AM
  14. EVO's Avatar
    unzipping redsnow??

    and i do have the latest version of java installed as a said above
    and what version would that be?
    2012-07-03 03:28 AM
  15. thataznguy001's Avatar
    the latest which it said...Version 7 Update 5?
    2012-07-03 03:33 AM
  16. H4CK3R's Avatar
    unzipping redsnow??

    and i do have the latest version of java installed as a said above
    I was talking about TU lol
    2012-07-03 03:35 AM
  17. thataznguy001's Avatar
    the file i downloaded from it was already unzipped in the first place..
    im not sure what ur saying.
    2012-07-03 03:38 AM
  18. H4CK3R's Avatar
    Never mind then. For me, it downloads zipped so...

    Never mind then for that idea.

    But since your PC is originally 64 bit and you loaded 32 bit onto it, they'll conflict. You have to un-install 64 bit in order for 32 bit to work.
    2012-07-03 03:43 AM
  19. thataznguy001's Avatar
    i only have the 32-bit java downloaded, that shouldnt be a problem then right? hhaah
    2012-07-03 03:47 AM
  20. Susty's Avatar
    i only have the 32-bit java downloaded, that shouldnt be a problem then right? hhaah
    32bit java works fine on an x64 system.. Only when you use Linux does java become specific from my findings.
    2012-07-03 03:55 AM
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