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Hi,

Can you please try the following suggestions? :

1. Run the application from cmd console, using the file <pycharm_install_path>/bin/pycharm.bat

Please show the output

2. In PyCharm installation path, there should be a directory called "jre64"

Please create a system environment variable named "PYCHARM_JDK_64", and the value should be the absolute path to that "jre64" directory. This will ensure that PyCharm uses the correct JDK.

3. Are you using 32 bit or 64 bit OS?

4. Final suggestion if nothing helps - try a clean re-installation with deletion of all related directories (https://intellij-support.jetbrains.com/hc/en-us/articles/206544519). You can backup the settings directory to be able to restore it later when the issue is resolved.

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Will try that.

 

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You're specifying path incorrectly

It should start with "C:\ProgramData..." , and since you have spaces in your path, it should be enclosed in quotes.

Please also answer all other questions.

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I'm having the same problem and I have no clue how to do what was recommended nor do I understand what any of it means or where to find it. I'm just trying to follow along with a YouTube video called "Learn Python" on the YT channel called freeCodeCamp.org. They said to download pycharm and Python 3.8. Ive done and followed everything in the video but keep getting the error. Can anyone walk me through as if I have no working knowledge of any of this so I can fix this. I'm a SUPER NOOB :(

I've also tried to do a fresh install to no avail.

Working on a Lenovo IdeaPad S340-15IWL, i3-8145U 2.10GHZ, 4GB RAM, with Windows 10 Home 64-bit Version 1809, build 17763.1039

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