my intellij cant find java SDK

Hi all, hope any one can help me with this. i was using it

yesterday and it was fine, today when i start it, my intellij cant find the java 5  sdk, i reset it and reload the lib, but still cant find it. When i do make project, it's still working fine. but the java file keep getting red like this :

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more updates on this issue, here is the location of jdk and settings in intellij. 2.png

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do need resolve this urgently , please let me know if you have any thoughts on this. thanks a lot!!

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Hi Wen.

Have you associated the JDK to your project?

Check File->Project Structure->Project. Is there a valid JDK selected in the Project SDK dropdown?

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yes it's pointing to 1.5

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Please also check out module SDK (File | Project Structure | Modules | Dependencies).

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On Thu, 27 Oct 2011 15:00:56 MSD, wen shi <no_reply@jetbrains.com>
wrote, quoted or indirectly quoted someone who said :

>more updates on this issue, here is the location of jdk and settings in intellij.  Image:2.png

There is no attachment visible.  I suspect somewhere along the line it
is being discarded.  I have never seen an attachment on this
newsgroup.

What you need to do is post the png somewhere and tell us its url.

In the meantime, see:

http://mindprod.com/jgloss/intellij.html#HOOKINGUPJDK

It is a set of instructions for configuring the JDK in IntelliJ.

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