Microsoft Java Virtual Machine 5.00 3809

  Durko 12:42 21 Jul 2005
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Cut a long story short, doing a learndirect course online and all neccessary plugin players are installed from their CD.

Only thing is the course is only supported by MSJVM 5.00.3809 but on investigation it seems I have MSJVM 5.00.3810 version on my pc. This seems to be the only barrier preventing access to online learning.

Is it possible/advisable to download
MSJVM 5.00.3809?

I'm running Win XP Home with SP2 instaled if it's any help.

Advice would be greatly appreciated.

Durko

  tenplus1 13:01 21 Jul 2005

The Microsoft Java Virtual Machine isnt actually used anymore in Windows since they have been told not to supply it with WinXP CD's...

Instead click here: click here

...and download the original Sun Java Virtual Machine that will run your java applets and programs...

  Durko 13:51 21 Jul 2005

tenplus1

Followed your advice downloaded the link but still unable to initiate the learning screen etc !!

What would happen if I downloaded MSJVM 5.00.3809?

D

  VoG II 15:21 21 Jul 2005

5.0.3805.0 if that's any good.

click here

  anchor 16:43 21 Jul 2005

Have a look here:

click here

Ensure that you have ticked the appropriate boxes in Internet Options, (see the picture on the above site).

  Durko 17:22 21 Jul 2005

Vog/Anchor

Before downloading the links you've kindly directed me to, do I need to remove the
MSJVM 5.00.3810 version first and, if so, how do I completely remove it from my system?

Thanks
Durko

  VoG II 18:48 21 Jul 2005

Yes, I would uninstall the later version first click here

  alB 20:57 21 Jul 2005

Here's a couple of threads from a while back about Learn Direct problems, might be worth a look...alB

  alB 20:58 21 Jul 2005

Sorry, Here's the link....click here

  Durko 12:56 22 Jul 2005

Thanks for the further advice guys, I'll see what transpires.

Durko

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