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    Veteran Enthusiast Liam's Avatar

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    Can't do anything Java related online

    Whenever I try to access something that uses Java in my browser (Minecraft, for example) my browser stops responding and closes. I've tried with different browsers and got the same results.

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    Re: Can't do anything Java related online

    I'm not sure what's going on, but updating your Java would be a good start, if you've not already done that.

    If you already have updated Java, I looked the problem up for you, and found a solution that might work: Before you accept the security certificate when running a Java file, tick the "Don't show this again" Box. Wait until it freezes, reboot your computer and try running the applet again. Apparentally the applet should run normally. I've not tested it, but it's worth a try.

    If that doesn't work, there's another solution that might work, that I had to do with flash. Remove the Java folders in C:\Program Files\ and in C:\Program Files\Common Files\folders and run JavaRA, Downloaded at http://raproducts.org/

    Now install the full version of Java here: http://javadl.sun.com/webapps/download/ ... leId=37981
    As I said, a similar method to this worked for me when my flash player stopped working.
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    Re: Can't do anything Java related online

    Quote Originally Posted by Hazzystan
    I'm not sure what's going on, but updating your Java would be a good start, if you've not already done that.

    If you already have updated Java, I looked the problem up for you, and found a solution that might work: Before you accept the security certificate when running a Java file, tick the "Don't show this again" Box. Wait until it freezes, reboot your computer and try running the applet again. Apparentally the applet should run normally. I've not tested it, but it's worth a try.

    If that doesn't work, there's another solution that might work, that I had to do with flash. Remove the Java folders in C:\Program Files\ and in C:\Program Files\Common Files\folders and run JavaRA, Downloaded at http://raproducts.org/

    Now install the full version of Java here: http://javadl.sun.com/webapps/download/ ... leId=37981
    As I said, a similar method to this worked for me when my flash player stopped working.
    Ah, thanks. It was simply a case of updating my Java.
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