I've looked this up a bit, and it seems there can be a number of causes.
Firstly, your Windows version is 6.1.7601. Do you have Windows 7 SP1 or Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1?
Secondly, copy the source code at http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutori...orldSwing.java
, and compile and run it via command line. Do you still see the "Java(TM) Platform SE binary has stopped working" error? If you do, grab a screenshot of the error message pop up window and post it here.
There are a few things that you can try in the following order.
1. End stale/conflicting java process
a) Press Alt+Ctrl+Del.
b) Start up Task Manager.
c) Under Process Tab, locate "javaw.exe [Java™ Platform SE Library]" or "java.exe".
d) If there is such a process, select it and click on the "End Process" button. If there are more than 1, repeat for all of them.
Check if the problem recurs.
2. Clean virus infection
It seems that virus infection in your PC can cause this. Try downloading Microsoft Safety Scanner - Free Virus Scan with the Microsoft Safety Scanner
and scan your PC.
After that reboot your PC, and check if the problem recurs.
3. 32/64-bit Java
Run "java -version". See if it mentions "64-Bit" anywhere in the command output.
4. Reinstall Java
As Norm suggested, try uninstalling and reinstalling Java. As you uninstall Java, check to see if you have multiple versions of Java installed. If you have, uninstall all of them.
Also, if from #3 the output from the "java -version" command mentions "64-Bit", after uninstalling Java, try installing the 32-bit version.