Please read this entire page before installing anything.

These instructions do not apply to the diagnostics only version of Diamond Logic® Builder.

Diamond Logic® Builder is installed and kept up to date via software called Java Web Start that part of the Java Runtime Environment from Sun Microsystems. We recommend that you use version 1.6.0 (Version 6.0 update 10), since Diamond Logic® Builder is developed and tested using that version.

Before installing Diamond Logic® Builder you must have Java installed. If you don't have Java installed you can get a version from the Sun Microsystems Java Website.

Once you have a compatible version of Java installed, you can use the Launch DLB menu item to install (or update if already installed) and launch Diamond Logic® Builder. Java Web Start will help you create a desktop icon that will launch Diamond Logic® Builder and check for updates without returning to this page.

Recommended Requirements:

  • Pentium 4 class process with a minumum 1 GHz of speed
  • JRE 1.6.0_10 (see above for getting this).
  • 512 MB of RAM
  • 150MB of free hard disk space
  • Operating System of Windows XP, 2000 or Vista
  • One or more RP1210A compatible communication devices
  • Any type of high speed Internet connection

Minimum Requirements:

  • JRE 1.6.0_10
  • 128M of RAM
  • 150MB of free hard disk space
  • Operating System of Windows 98, Second Edition or newer. Windows 95 and older is not supported by Java.
  • One or more RP1210A compatible communication devices
  • An Internet connection through a dial-up modem or Ethernet connection

Attention Internet Explorer Users: If you accept the default options when installing Sun's Java runtime it will install itself as the Java runtime for Internet Explorer. Since this may break Java applets that expect the Microsoft Java runtime, we recommend selecting Custom rather than the Typical during installation and unchecking the Microsoft Internet Explorer option. If you installed the runtime but missed this option then you can still turn it off using the following procedure. Open Internet Explorer, select Internet Options... under the Tools menu (may also be under the View menu), select the Advanced Tab, scroll down to the section "Java (Sun)" section and un-check the "Use JRE 1.6.0_xx for <applet> (required restart)" option.