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RTI Builder problem with Windows 8

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I have installed RTI Builder on Windows 8 but apparently there is no way to open it. I get the message "b2e.exe stopped working". I have tried every possible approach that came to my mind: I made an exception in the anti-virus for RTI builder (also the Console), updated java, uninstalled and then reinstalled both Java and RTI Builder, even completely disabled my anti-virus. Nothing seems to work. 

 

Is there something that I am forgetting? Suggestions?

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I am stumped!  I haven't seen this before. 

 

Just to make sure we are on the same page - RTIBuilder 2.0.2 has a setup file that you ran which installed RTIBuilder on your system, rtibuilder_2_0_2_setup.exe correct?  Then to run RTIBuilder you are double-clicking on the RTIBuilder app to try to run it?  (Sorry, I am working on a mac, so not sure the exact name on windows)  And then, exactly what happens?  Does it start but then fail with the error? does it immediately come back with the error message "b2e.exe stopped working"?  Or...?  Let me know exactly what you are seeing in what order.  It's weird because there aren't any .exe files in the release, just the setup program.

 

Carla

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So, I installed RTIBuilder using rtibuilder_2_0_2_setup.exe, then I double-click on the RTIBuilder app to run it. But then it doesn't start at all. A window with the mentioned error appears ("b2e.exe stopped working"). It may be due to a problem with the anti-virus, as b2e.exe is commonly identified as a virus. But I tried to disable all possible implied files, and it proved to be uneffective. I am working with Kathryn Piquette and she is puzzled too. 

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