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Kruno 08-16-02 10:05 AM

BAH! I'm being driven insane by Java Virtual Machine
 
I need it to play Java games through Internet Explorer. I can't and M$ isn't allowing autoupdates with it :mad:
Anywhere I can get it? Thanks

de><ta 08-16-02 10:39 AM

what version of JVM are u looking for 1.5??

Try the one from SUN. What do u exactly mean it isnt installing properly. Is your browser not using the JVM or the basic JVM command is not recognized by your system?

saturnotaku 08-16-02 10:46 AM

I use Sun's Java machine. It's nice and it's not from The Man in Redmond. ;)

|JuiceZ| 08-16-02 06:12 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by saturnotaku
I use Sun's Java machine. It's nice and it's not from The Man in Redmond. ;)
ditto.

-=DVS=- 08-16-02 08:07 PM

Re: BAH! I'm being driven insane by Java Virtual Machine
 
Quote:

Originally posted by K.I.L.E.R
I need it to play Java games through Internet Explorer. I can't and M$ isn't allowing autoupdates with it :mad:
Anywhere I can get it? Thanks


yes that suxs realy , some online stores use Jave virtual machine and M$ not alloweing updates for windows xp bummer :(

JohnsonLKD 08-17-02 07:05 AM

How to install MS JAVA VM
 
Remember to check IOD feature (Install On Demand) in Advanced tab of Internet option (you should find 2 of IOD thingy, one is for IE and other) and access any internet site that uses JAVA VM. Then IE will prompt to download MS JAVA VM.

You can enable bot of them, or just IE IOD.

If you enable IOD for others, Ie will prompt you to download other IE plug-ins such as comet curser or other internet crap programs.

Kruno 08-17-02 08:06 PM

Nothing works and I have spent over an hour trying to find it. Anyone please give me a link?

Nevermind. I have it. Thanks pplz. :)

demonized 08-28-02 05:48 AM

I had the same problem, just go to your IE settings and go to advanced then look for JAVA settings and enable them.

adrianhall 08-28-02 09:13 AM

I'm at work so I haven't got access to the exact locations/dates, but in the Update Catalogue on XP's update site, there is a patch dated April that has the JVM included in it (in fact, that's all there is in it)

The name of the update doesn't give it away, but the release notes do.

Stick a comment here later if you need more info, I'll be home in about 4 hours so I can update you then. Worst case scenario, I've got it saved to my HDD anyway, nabbed it when it got removed from the auto update :cool:

garry 09-01-02 09:59 PM

Here you go,i was gunna email it to you but i just found a link for it anyway.i would keep a copy of this if i were you,i backed this up long time ago.


http://www.tthd.freeserve.co.uk/download/msjavx86.exe


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