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[PC] How To: Open the TRiBot_Loader.JAR file w/ Java [Pics]

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For the quickest solution, download and run this jarfix.exe application from their website and you should be able to open the TRiBot_Loader.jar and run the TRiBot client with no issues. (thanks to @erickho123 )

If for whatever reason you are unable to download or execute the jarfix application, follow this step-by-step tutorial to open the TRiBot_Loader using the correct version of java:
 

  1. Right-click the TRiBot_Loader.jar file.
  2. Select the "Open with..." option from the drop-down menu.
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  3. Click on the "Browse" option marked with the red box:
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  4. Paste this into the address bar at the top to navigate directly to the Java folder we need:          

                          C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.8.0_73\jre\bin

                                            *this part may need to be edited to reflect your current java version

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  5. Once there, find the "javaw.exe" Application and then click "Open"
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Note: You must have java installed before you are able to use TRiBot!

If you do not have java installed, download it from the Oracle website.

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this is still not working for me, no response whatsoever. I've even tried http://johann.loefflmann.net/en/software/jarfix/index.html as suggested on another thread and it just tells me i don't have java(i do, and other java programs run as long as they're .exe files) i know this problem is likely on my side, but any help would be greatly appreciated.

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this is still not working for me, no response whatsoever. I've even tried http://johann.loefflmann.net/en/software/jarfix/index.html as suggested on another thread and it just tells me i don't have java(i do, and other java programs run as long as they're .exe files) i know this problem is likely on my side, but any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

What Operating System are you running? (Including bits [32/64])

What version of Java?

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I have done all these steps but the loader will just not open, I've clicked it countless times but nothing. It works fine on my other computer but will not open at all on this one. Can anyone please help? Running Windows 10 home 64 bit java version 8 update 73

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16 hours ago, shad0wskillz said:

that was 2nd though nothing then i tried jarfix and different verisons of java update 30 to the newest one i'm no scripter or coder so i have no idea what to do or try next

What error is occurring when you try to run the loader? Again posting a picture of what occurs when you run in console mode will help :)

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On 3/20/2016 at 10:43 PM, Thecoolwon said:

I have done all these steps but the loader will just not open, I've clicked it countless times but nothing. It works fine on my other computer but will not open at all on this one. Can anyone please help? Running Windows 10 home 64 bit java version 8 update 73

how did you fix it?

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