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It is possible that you are attempting to install a 64-bit version of Java when you have a 32-bit operating system. Check your operating and confirm this. In Vista you can find this using Start > Control Panel > System. This is similar if you have Windows 7. Here is what it looks like:
If after that you, you follow these instructions from Sun (Java) to locate and install the 32-bit version.
Error: x64.exe not a valid Win32 application
This article applies to:
Platform(s): Windows 7, Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003
Browser(s): Internet Explorer, Firefox, Mozilla 1.4+
Java version(s): 6.0
While trying to install Java a user gets an error message similar to: ' ... x64.exe not a valid Win32 application'
The error message is a result of trying to install a 64-bit version of Java on a 32-bit operating system. SOLUTION
User needs to install a 32-bit version of Java software, since a 64-bit version is not compatible with their 32-bit operating system.
you probably tried to run google .exe.. from start ..run ..and cause this is not a windows execution it can not be run from there ...thats all....if you want to update the gmail or something like that you have to download a valid execution and run the installer..