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Click "Start" -> "Control Panel" and open "System". Choose the "Advanced" tab and click on the button "Environment Variables". In the pane "System Variables" add a variable named "JAVA_HOME" and as variable value put the address of a valid Java JDK directory (e.g. on my PC this is "C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_04")
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