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Then once its installed open the command line (type cmd into the search bar and hit enter). Type java and hit enter into the command line and it should come up with commands to do regarding Java. If so then it has found it.
Uninstall and reinstall if you have already done this as sometimes the 'CLASSPATH' becomes faulty. If it still didn't work right-click My Computer -> Properties -> Advanced System Settings -> Environment Variables and look for a variable called 'CLASSPATH'. If it isn't there you need to add a new one and point it to where you installed Java.
My colleague says that when Error 1706 occurs during an attempt to install an MSI file from
removable media, the first thing you should try to do is check the Media
Package Pathway and determine if the pathway does in fact track to the
right folder. If it does not, scan the removable media and locate the
file where the MSI file is housed. In some cases, you may find that the
MSI file is found in a folder that is named App1. Once you have
determined where to find the right file, it is a matter of resetting the
Media Package Pathway so that the system will find and activate the MSI
file. This will require you to make some changes to the command line or
possibly make a permanent change in the registry. It is important to note that making changes in the command line and
especially in the registry are functions that someone who is familiar
with writing code and general information system functions should
perform. If you are not knowledgeable about these sorts of functions,
there is every possibility that the modification will not result in
resolving the issue regarding the MSI file. Further, the change may
create additional problems with the media package.