Java problems

  micklemouse 12:55 10 Feb 2006

Long story! Was told by Trend Micro that to use online adware scan had to have Java enabled - which I thought I had. I looked under Advanced tab (internet explorer) to find java config. as

"Java Console enabled - requires restart", NOT ticked.

"Java logging enabled", NOT ticked.

"JIT compiler for virtual machine enabled - requires restart", TICKED.

Although I can change the ticks around, to get the settings to stick I can't get rid of the "restart" each time I restart, and end up still with no java. (Confused??)

Trend Micro advised me to install Java Runtime Environment ver.6 which I have done, but that won't work either and requires restart endlessly. I have checked my Start > Set Program Access and Defaults but Java Runtime isn't there, but the Virtual Machine is. However, I cannot get the tick to stay in "Enable Access to this program".

So in short, I have no Java. And Java doesn't want me.

  micklemouse 12:57 10 Feb 2006

p.s. I enbabled Internet and Trusted Zones access to the internet in my Zone Alarm Firewall for the Java Runtime Environment when it was installed. I also use an Anti-virus - McAfee ver.10

  micklemouse 14:08 10 Feb 2006

Fool that I am, I realise now the "Requires Restart" prompt will always be diplayed no matter what the setting lol. Well at least now I have tested the Sun Java and it is working,, but I don't have it in my Start > Set Program Access and Defaults"...

Too bad. I'm happy now.

Regards Micklemouse

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