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Mac Specs: MacBook Pro Retina 13"

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Hi guys, I bought a MBP 13", this is my first mac ever, so far I'm really happy, but I'm having some problems, the most annoying one is that each time I open a java application, I get this message:
Cannot launch Java application

Uncaught exception in main method: java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: jd.nutils.io.JDIO.readFileToString(Ljava/io/FileLjava/lang/String;
Then the application don't even opens.

I read somewhere that it happens because of third party applications I may have installed, the problem is that I don't know which app.

My installed applications are:
adium
adobe flash
adobe air
adobe acrobat reader 9 pro
AppCleaner
Babylon
Bodega
Drive Genius 3
Flip4Mac
Folx
Google Chrome
Google Earth
Growl
Growl Safari
Hyperspaces (This btw is giving me an odd message at start up, crashes each time)
iSerial Reader
iSubtitle
JDownloader
Left 4 Dead 2
LimeWire
MacKeeper
Skype
Stuffit
Toast 10 Titanium
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I suggest you remove that and obtain your software legally. That's probably not causing you the problem but consider this a friendly piece of advice.

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I suggest you remove that and obtain your software legally. That's probably not causing you the problem but consider this a friendly piece of advice.
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