Today I re-installed Windows 11 on my computer. Actually I had upgraded from Windows 10 to Windows 11 on October 5th, 2021 the same day Microsoft released the half baked OS to public & all of a sudden I realized that, it was a blunder. So, after regretting over a month, I decided to re-install the OS and started installing all my development tools & you know what, I had to refer my Windows 7 post for installing Oracle Developer Suite 10g on my Windows 11!
Much of the post below is from the earliest post that I had for Windows 7, explaining hacks to install Oracle Database 10g and the Suite. Oracle Database 10g is not anymore significant, hence I removed the database part and posting the rest for few unfortunate Oracle developers out there. Well, 10g is used by many business application as on date & if you are looking for a method to install Oracle Database 10g on Windows 11, Please search the blog for Database 10g and you will land on multiple posts explaining to how (Refer Windows 10 articles)
Step 1 Setup Virtual Memory
If your computer has 8GB or more physical memory, all you need is to setup the Virtual Memory for the name sake. Limit the virtual memory to 2048 (2G) or max 4096 (4G). Please use the below images only for reference purposes. After changing the Virtual Memory, You will be asked to restart the computer and please restart.
Step 2 Setting up the Developer Suite
Depending upon the media that you are using for the installation, Oracle Developer 10g has 2 discs & I have copied the content from both disks inside a folder on my computer. (As you could see in the image above)
Open the Disk 1 folder and locate “Setup.exe’, right click and change the compatibility to Windows XP Service Pack 2 or 3 (doesn’t make any difference)
That’s all. Right click and run “setup.exe” as Administrator. If you have a JAVA installation already on the computer, you might receive a warning message for missing entry point, that you can safely ignore.
Follow the same compatibility setting for patch sets, if you have any. Let me know about your experience through comments.
2 thoughts on “Install Oracle Developer 10G on Windows 11”
Changed as per the settings mentioned by you. But it is not launching Oracle installer. CAn you please help?
Thanks in advance.
Did you refer this? https://simpleoracle.com/2010/02/18/install-oracle-10g-onward-database-developer-on-windows-7/