It seems there is some kind of conflict between the Java Virtual Machine and Tortoise SVN, this is the reason why FrostWire may be crashing on you lately.
We’ve found a solution by overriding some of the launch parameters. All you have to do is create a new file called launch.properties right next to your FrostWire.exe (Usually at c:\Program Files\FrostWire)
The file should contain the following, and the application will launch, and you won’t have to remove Tortoise SVN
The FrostWire Team
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I test it and work, thanks 🙂
I’m having problems with Frostwire not loading. I do not understand how to create this new file that will hopefully fix it. Please help.
As Chris stated, it is a little difficult to understand what you all mean when you say create a new file. I haven’t found the option to do so and wish you would make a diagram or something to show us. Please help us.
i fix it 😛
Umm.. im guessing when he says “new file” i guess he means a .txt file..
STILL does not work for me.
oh and im not getting rid of tortouise svn btw 😛
Hey I am trying the txt file, we will get there, if not uninstall is the other option as it’s getting really frustrating!!!!
Awesome, this fixed my problem with starting the program. For people having issues creating the file; here’s a step by step:
To create the file:
1) In C:\Program Files\FrostWire (or wherever your Frostwire installation is) right click and select New -> Text Document
2) You will then be given the option to name the file, call it “launch.properties”. If it prompts you to confirm changing the file name extension (it should, see below) select “Yes”
** For this step make sure you have “show file extensions” enabled, otherwise the full file name will be launch.properties.txt, and that will not work. Windows by default hides file extensions, for steps to unhide it Google “windows unhide file extensions” **
3) Drag the file into a text editor (ie. Notepad), paste the text from the original post into the file and save.
If Frostwire still isn’t working make sure you have the latest version of Java and Frostwire.
I did everything by the example, and is still just booting up with the first screen frostwire and shuts down. Does nothing, going to just use another file share program if no one can e-mail me with a real sulution.
Thanks heaps, I never would have guessed the SVN client was the culprit. Works fine now.
That worked great, even for ver. 4.13.5. Thanks for the fix. As stated before, be sure to uncheck the “hide file extensions” option in the View tab in the Folder Options.
It works for me. Thanks a lot! 😉