Android Studio error: “Environment variable does not point to a valid JVM installation”

If you start 64bit Android Studio, you have to add JAVA_HOME as

    "C:Program FilesJavajdk..."

If 32bit

    "C:Program Files(x86)Javajdk..."

and dont put “bin” end of the path.

Do step by step as shown in this YouTube Video

Go to: System -> Advanced system settings -> Environment Variables

Add a new variable to you profile NAME=JAVA_HOME STRING: Program Files/java/"your string"
Save and Start Android Studio 😉

enter image description here

All you need to do is, set the JAVA_HOME and JDK_HOME environment variables by following the steps:

1)Right click on

My Computer.->>Properties->>Advanced System Settings.->>Environment
Variables

.

2)In user variables for (Your PC name),click on new at botton of the tab.

3)In variable name,type JAVA_HOME

4)In variable value,type

C:Program FilesJavajdk1.8.0_25

(path where your jdk folder is located on the system ).

5)Do it again with JDK_HOME

with same path.

Leave a Comment