If you're running 64-bit windows (which in TheNorthFace's case, you are), you should have 64-bit java installed. In which case there's no reason for you to touch the 32-bit STARTER.bat file. It seems to me that there might be a problem with either the version of bukkit you're using, or the STARTER.bat file isn't working properly. Try downloading the latest version of bukkit from http://bamboo.lukegb.com/ (click on BUKKIT-CRAFTBUKKIT-XXX, should be a green link. Then click on the 'Artifacts' tab. Then click the CraftBukkitJAR link, which is under the 'User Defined Artifacts' section). Place it in the same folder as you're current craftbukkit-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar file, and click 'replace'. Then try to launch the STARTER.bat file (remember to click the one associated with your OS, i.e. 64-Bit if you're running 64-bit windows). If that doesn't work, then upload/post the STARTER.bat files.