Yeah... Java has nothing to do with the program at all... The solution isn't what op marked as the solution, the solution is to delete the file that it's complaining about when you get the error.
Thank you for letting us know this has come up again. We've escalated this issue to our development team to figure out why this is happening again. I will post an update here when we've received more information.
Not the same... I have no idea what that is.
You may want to completely reinastall, since it looks like something is missing.
Is that in your usage meter? Are you using a Mac? If so, what version?
It's Mac... can tell by the 'app.Contents' thing.
The line it's dying on is:
if (self.config.read('env') === 'development')
which means it can't find ~/Library/Application Support/HughesNet Usage Meter/status-meter.conf
[note: 'env' is supposed to be 'production', not 'development' anyway]
Edit: * or status-meter.conf is borked.
A little off topic, but I love that term....borked.
Funny, though, that no one under 40 knows where that term originated.
The combination of the info from Vampy and the instruction from Corrosive FINALLY WORKED!! I've been working on this for months because I like to solve things. I've uninstalled/reinstalled Java and the Usage Meter many times and tried dozens of suggestions. But this is the one that worked. I did install jre-8u121-windows-x64. And then I uninstalled the Usage Meter plus added Corrosive's instructions to do these deletions--not done before--before the re-installation of the meter--as follows:
"Try uninstalling the status meter and usage meter from your system, then navigate to C:\Users\[your User name]\AppData\Roaming\HughesNet Usage Meter\, and delete anything that desides in that folder. Also navigate to c:\program files\hughesnet-usage-meter and delete anything that may reside in that folder. Then download and install the latest version (Should be 6.6) and see what happens." See Corrosive in earlier suggestions.
It turned out that in the HughesNet Usage Meter subfiles there were lots of hidden files. That finally worked!
I then used the new jre-8u121-windows-x64 installer for Java (this time I had not uninstalled Java, I just ran this installer which reinstalled the Java I already have). Then, of course, reboot. Imagine my shock when the Usage Meter finally worked. Can't believe it. But it's really important to have this so I'm glad this worked. Question to HughesNet: Really? Can't you fix this for people so that your Usage Meter finally works without all the problems?
By the way, I am running Windows 10 on a five-month-old laptop.
Great thanks to Corrosive and Vampy. Good job!! This may not work for everyone, but I sure hope it will.
"Try uninstalling the status meter and usage meter from your system, then navigate to C:\Users\[your User name]\AppData\Roaming\HughesNet Usage Meter\, and delete anything that desides in that folder. Also