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  1. #1
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    Question Unanswered: Install Oracle

    Hi to all,
    I have 1 quetion.

    1. Is it either one of them Oracle 8i Personal,Standard,Enterprise edition release 3 8.1.7 can install at Pc Pentium 4 , OS is Windows XP Profesionnal SP


    Hope all experts there can help me.

    Thanks.
    Oracle user

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    Is there a reason why you want to install such an old version instead of oracle 10G, which is free for non production use.
    Bill
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    Thanks for your (Bill) reply.

    It is because i have the CD Oracle 8i Personal,Standard,Enterprise edition release 3 8.1.7, then i want to try it about the oracle database system.

    Btw, my PC is Pentium 4 only with OS is Windows XP Profesionnal SP2.
    If this kind of spec (Pentium 4) can support , then i want to try it.

    So is it Pentium 4 with Windows XP Profesional SP2 can intalls Oracle 8i 8.1.7 ?

    Regarding of your reply, is it Oracle 10G can install at Pentium 4 with OS is Windows XP Profesional SP2.

    Thanks.

    Regards,
    oracle user

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    I know you can install Oracle 10g Express Edition on your system.

    Oracle 8.1.7? I'm not 100% certain, but I believe it would work properly as well (although it may not be certified with Windows XP - check the Oracle's Certification Matrices).

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    Thanks for your reply , littlefoot.

    I had try to installed the oralce 8i 8.1.7 on 2 different pc, the result come out is
    PC 1
    ------
    Pentium 4
    Windows XP Profesional SP2

    result = i can't intall the oracle 8i 8.1.7, but i can install oralce 8.1.5

    Pc 2
    -----
    Intel Centrino Duo
    Windows XP Professional SP2

    result = i can install 8i 8.1.7

    So now i'm curious, is it Pentium 4 can't support Oracle 8i 8.1.7

    Thanks
    Regards,
    oracle user

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    It is probably the P4 jre bug. Google for "symcjit.dll Oracle" and you'll find a simple solution.

    Hth
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    If you are on the internet, simply download Oracle 10g XE, which is completely free for any use. See the following link.

    http://www.oracle.com/technology/sof.../xe/index.html
    Bill
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    Thanks to Billm , i had surf the net based on your key word (symcjit.dll Oracle)given to me, there have usefull solution to me. I will let you know after i try it.

    Thanks to Beilstwh too, i will go through the url.

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