Unanswered: Java(TM) Platform SE binary has stopped working
I am working on windows vista(64 bit) laptop with jdk1.7.0_03 and DB2 9.5.
Preiously it was working fine when I was using 32 bit. Couple of months back, I had to change with 64 bit jdk and DB2. I uninstalled 32 bit and installed 64 bit versions.
After that,I sometimes get this popup "Java(TM) Platform SE binary has stopped working" whenever I open command editor/Control center. After continuous attempts to open, it was working.
But since 2 days, I get this popup continuously and command editor/control center has completely stopped working. I don't know what is the issue as I didn't change any configuration.
Please let me know, what needs to be done. Is there anyway, I can take backup? Should I reinstall DB2 or java again.
Did you also change the PATH correctly (not only CLASSPATH) ?
Second question is that when JVM stops, does Windows show (in eventvwr) exactly the full path name of the java.exe process that failed - check the path name - if it is not the path under IBM\SQLLIB then the cause is likely to be a mix of JVM versions/file on your system.
Faulting application javaw.exe, version 184.108.40.206, time stamp 0x4d4c20ca, faulting module nvd3dumx.dll, version 220.127.116.1132, time stamp 0x49531244, exception code 0xc0000409, fault offset 0x000000000037ce78, process id 0xdf4, application start time 0x01cd42831a911f6e.
Your first post in this thread said db2 9.5 but now you have altered this to db2 9.7.5. OK, but at this time I suspect your video driver (not db2).
The "nvd3dumx.dll" mentioned in the jvm crash seems as you posted from eventvwr, seems to be associated with the Nvidia driver.
You might visit nvida.com to search for drivers for your model of laptop, and your graphics card.
Your laptop manufuacturer might also offer a portal that refreshes any hardware-specific drivers on your laptop.