JRE_MEMORY_OPTIONS=-nojit -ms64m -mx128mSave the oraparam.ini file and restart the installation. If this does not solve the problem, review the event viewer to determine whether this may be an operating system issue. I would also recommend opening a TAR with Oracle Support.
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