Blaze Advisor: No matching JVM was found

By , last updated September 29, 2016

Installing Blaze Advisor is not always easy. The problem often is that Blaze Advisor installation can’t find java on your pc. Here is how I do it:

No matching JVM was found

1. Download the newest installer package.
2. Extract the archive / installer into a folder.
3. Inside the extracted Blaze Advisor folder, create a new file with a .bat extension. I called it install_blaze.bat
4. Download the Java SDK (JVM/JDK) if you don’t have one.
5. Within this .bat file write a path to your java installation and run java:

Create a bat file
echo off
PATH=C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre7\;%PATH%
echo on

java run

Off you go with the implementation of the rules!


  1. krishna May 16, 2014 Leave a Reply

    It gives me this error “You must run this installer with Administrator privileges.”

    • tisy May 22, 2014 Leave a Reply

      Right click on the file and choose “Run as Administrator”.

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