Server RUN.bat file doesn't recognize CraftBukkit-1.0.0-R1.jar!

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    I wouldn't call myself a pro on Bukkit servers, but I've had a good year and a half working on them, and this just puzzles me.....I know I have the setup correct in my RUN.bat file in my server....but for some reason I get this error:

    Not sure what this quite means, I noticed the references of 32 and 64-bit platforms however.

    Here is my RUN.bat file

    I have done it this way, and the long way were you put %ProgramFiles%/java/jre6/bin/java.exe.....and I still get the EXACT same error

    And finally, here is my server's files.

    Not sure what is going on here, but I know some talented individual out there could help me. :) If you need any more information, please, don't hesitate to ask me. Thanks!

    -Rogvid700 - Owner of YouCraft Minecraft Server
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    I'm not that good with reading errors, but I'm seeing something about the java versions being wrong? It basically is saying "Can't load 32 bit program with 64 bit system" I think, which is really strange....
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    try using this in the batch file that you use to start the server:
    @echo off
    java -Xms1024M -Xmx1024M -jar craftbukkit-1.0.1-R1.jar nogui
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    update java and use the command bigbass posted =)
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    When I enter your suggestion in, the server opens then shuts down immediately. I notice that you didn't add "PAUSE" on the last line of the text, so I entered that, and the same problem error pulls up. ):
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    TnT Retired Staff

    Reinstall java and try again.
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    Hello guys! I mixed some stuff and i got it to work! Here is the code:

    @echo off
    C:\Windows\SysWOW64\Java.exe -Xms1024M -Xmx1024M -jar craftbukkit-1.0.1-R1.jar nogui

    If that code doesnt work just serch for java.exe on the computer, check where it is
    (Like for me in: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\Java.exe) and switch that text to where the java.exe is!

    Please reply for furter problems :)
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