I have constantly failed to install Oracle 10 g on my windows 7. I selected the right download for my operating system but the installer brings a terminal which asks me to press enter to exit while showing the error that
Operating system version 6.1 is not supported -- Failed
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I tried a hack found here: http://windows7bugs.wordpress.com/2010/02/18/install-oracle-10g-onward-database-developer-on-windows-7/ but still failed.
The hack required me to alter the
?PATHdatabasestageprereqdbrefhost.xml as well as the
?PATHdatabasestageprereqdb_prereqsdbrefhost.xml files to add the lines under CERTIFIED_SYSTEMS like this:
Oracle 10g 64 bit download - X 64-bit Download - x64-bit download - freeware, shareware and software downloads. Make sure the following software is installed: Oracle Database 10g Express Edition (10.2.0.1) Server (Universal). Open Source tags: PDF Keeper, PDF. Adobe Flash Player 10 for 64-bit Windows Preview 2 x64 freeware download. Sep 08, 2017 I am using Oracle Database 11g Express Edition Release 18.104.22.168.0 - 64bit Production. I have visual studio 2008 and a windows 10 64-bit OS. Where can I get an odbc driver from to be able to create web applications with an oracle db because I can't find any downloads for it on the oracle.
Having done all this and many other hacks i have failed. I tried getting
Windows XP Mode for windows 7 found here: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/download.aspxto help create an XP virtual environment so that Oracle can install, but i failed to get it since am a
Windows 7 Home Premium , 64 bit user.
Anyone running windows 7 64 bit Home Premium or any other windows 7, who has probably faced the same problem, and has managed to install Oracle, do explain how you did it, please? thanks in advance
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Oracle is an Enterprise software tool, and as such is only supported on Windows Professional operating systems. I agree that this is a bit provoking, especially when the OTN Download License appears to encourage self-learning but that's the way it is.
Have you considered using a virtual image instead? Install Oracle's Virtual Box on your PC and then you can run the OTN Developer Day VM. Find out more.
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I registered on http://Oracle.com in order to download 11g R2 Express edition database. But http://Oracle.com offered me download links only for Windows 32bit and for Linux 64bit.
Is there somewhere 64bit Windows version of Oracle 11g XE database? Are 64bit versions available only for paid Oracle db?
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There is no Windows 64-bit version of Oracle Express Edition. You'll have to go for Standard/Enterprise editions.
I used this blog post to install it in my machine: http://luminite.wordpress.com/2012/09/06/installing-oracle-database-xe-11g-on-windows-7-64-bit-machine/
The only thing you have to do is replace a registry value during the installation, I've done it about three times already, and every time found a different reference on-line, none here on stackoverflow.
EDIT: as @kc2001 noted, regedit must be run as Administrator, and added this tutorial: (a bit more colorful): http://www.hanmiaojuan.com/2013/03/install-oracle-xe-11g-for-windows7-64bits.html
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I just installed the 32bit 11g R2 Express edition version on 64bit windows, created a new database and performed some queries. Seems to work like it should work! :-) I followed the following easy guide!
Some of more advanced Oracle database features such as session trace do not work properly in Oracle 11g XE 32-bit if installed on Windows 64-bit system. I needed session trace on Windows 7 64-bit.
Apart from that it works well for me in multiple production MS Windows 64-bit systems: Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2003 R2.
This is a very useful question. It has 5 different helpful answers that say quite different but complementary things (surprising, eh?). This answer combines those answers into a more useful form as well as adding two more solutions.
There is no Oracle Express Edition for 64 bit Windows. See this official [but unanswered] forum thread.Therefore, these are the classes of solutions:
- Pay. The paid versions of Oracle (Standard/Enterprise) support 64-bit Windows.
- Hack. Many people have successfully installed the 32 bit Oracle XE software on 64 bit Windows. This blog post seems to be the one most often cited as helpful. This is unsupported, of course, and session trace is known to fail. But for many folks this is a good solution.
- VM. If your goal is simply to run Oracle on a 64 bit Windows machine, then running Oracle in a Virtual Machine may be a good solution. VirtualBox is a natural choice because it's free and Oracle provides pre-configured VMs with Oracle DB installed. VMWare or other virtualization systems work equally well.
- Develop only. Many users want Oracle XE just to learn Oracle or to test an application with Oracle. If that's your requirement, then Oracle Enterprise Edition (including support for 64-bit Windows) is free 'only for the purpose of developing, testing, prototyping and demonstrating your application'.
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It's not available yet. See this thread on the official forum.
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