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Issue on running avd emulator

Hi,

I have an issue when try to launch an android emulator through AVD Manager.
I tried using only android sdk or installing full android studio.
Clicking on play button, avd try to lunch the emulator, but when the progress bar is complete, it disappears, but nothing happens.

From event viewer I received the following error:

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    Error is:

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    Please fix the 'sdk.dir' property in the local.properties file.

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    Maybe i have to update some referenes in gradle directory?

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    Hi,

    as the post title, Android Studio (windows 7) continues searching path C:\Intel\INDE\IDEintegration\SDK after my Intel INDE uninstallation.

    Error is:

    Error:The SDK directory 'C:\Intel\INDE\IDEintegration\SDK' does not exist.

    Please fix the 'sdk.dir' property in the local.properties file.

    My sdk.dir value in local.properties is updated, but i Android Studio still search for path C:\Intel\INDE\IDEintegration\SDK.

    Maybe i have to update some referenes in gradle directory?

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