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XP and Java Virtual Machine error

Q: XP and Java Virtual Machine error

Hello everyone,

I am having a problem with XP. I clean installed and everything went fine. When I go to a site to play an online game, my system comes up with an error and/or reboots. The error says I don't have enough Ram and something about an error with JAVA. I have 512 ram right now. I took that out and put in my 256 chip to see if maybe the ram is bad and it looks as if both are fine. So I tried again and as it loads the game, poof, it auto reboots.

I never had this problem with ME.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Ok, I purchased a game called Minecraft for my daughter this morning and have so far been unable to use it.

When we tried to download and run it, an error message appears that says:

'Error: Could not create the Java Virtual Machine.'
'Error: A fatal exception has occurred. Program will exit.'

I really do not have a clue what this means, I would really appreciate any help or advice. I'm not technically minded at all so please go easy on the jargon!!

Thanks all

A:Error message: Java Virtual Machine

Go here to verify Java Version: http://javatester.org/version.html
what version do you have?

go here: http://javatester.org/enabled.html and report what it says
In the LIVE box: what does it say?

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I can't get rid of this popup every time I open my pc.
I have tried everything.
Here's the error :

Java Virtual Machine Launcher
Error : could not open 'C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_21\lib\amd64\jvm.cfg

There is no amd64 folder in the jdk1.6.0_21

Thank you.

A:Java Virtual Machine Launcher error

I don't actually know the answer to your problem, but there may be a clue in the error message where it refers to ' jdk1.6.0_21\lib\amd64\jvm.cfg' .

JDK refers to the Java Developers Kit, which is only needed if you intend to develop your own java applications or applets (see the explanation on the Sun download page;http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html). If you aren't a developer you probably have the wrong type of Java installed which is looking for a component you don't have.

As the JDK also includes the JRE that end users need, you probably don't need to do anything until you upgrade to the next JRE version when the next security scare turns up! If the popup is too irritating, I suppose you could uninstall the JDK and replace it with the JRE (although there are a few threads around here where people are having problems with Java uninstall and reinstalls).

As a matter of interest, do you by any chance have an AMD 64 bit processor, since that is the other thing the error message appears to mention?

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On startup this error always comes up from "Java Virtual Machine Launcher" saying "program could not find the main class, program will exit". its really annoying i wondered if anyone knew how i could get rid of it?

i have windows xp home edition
i have no idea what program this is coming from although i think it might be something to do with limeshop because when i try and uninstall that the same error message comes up. (limeshop that comes with limewire)

if anyone can help that would be great!

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Hi, it looks like some time ago my computer got infected. I tried to delete the virus manually, so I erased a file called servidorcito.jar (that's Spanish for "little server"). After that, the following dialog box keeps popping up every minute or so. If I don't dismiss it, it just sits there and a new one does NOT pop up.
Java Virtual Machine Launcher
Error: Unable to access jarfile c:\Users\RRP\AppData\Roaming\Frutas\servidorcito.jar
(OK button)
Things I've tried:
Verified that .jar files are associated to javaw.exe
Checked startup items for calls to javaw.exe (found none)
Looked in registry for the string "servidorcito.jar" or suspicious uses of javaw.exe (found nothing)
Scanned whole computer with AVG free (found nothing)
Checked HiJackThis log for any obviously related items (found nothing)
The problem does not appear when only Java 32-bit is installed, it only appears when I install Java 64-bit. Uninstalling Java 64-bit makes it go away.
I've attached a picture of the dialog box and the DDS attach.log.
Here's dds.log:
DDS (Ver_2012-11-20.01) - NTFS_AMD64 
Internet Explorer: 11.0.9600.17126
Run by RRP at 2:28:32 on 2014-08-08
Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro  6.3.9600.0.1252.54.3082.18.6125.3192 [GMT -3:00]
AV: AVG AntiVirus Free Edition 2013 *Enabled/Updated* {0E9420C4-06B3-7FA0-3AB1-6E49CB52ECD9}
AV: Windows Defender *Disabled/Updated* {D68DDC3A-831F-4fae-9E44-DA132C1ACF46}
SP: Windows Defender *Disabled/Updated* {D68DDC3A-... Read more

A:Java Virtual Machine Launcher error keeps popping up

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hello everyone

lately I'm getting error massages every time i open skype :"Java virtual machine launcher", is it spyware or I need to download some new update for Java? , also My antivirus program detected virus "Trojan horse downloader", program says it's been cleaned but OS works relatively slow.
Please, any help will be appreciated.
with respect Russiko.

here is hijackthis log:

Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1
Scan saved at 10:10:59 AM, on 6/4/2007
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180)

Running processes:
C:\Program Files\Intel\Wireless\Bin\EvtEng.exe
C:\Program Files\Intel\Wireless\Bin\S24EvMon.exe
C:\Program Files\Intel\Wireless\Bin\WLKeeper.exe
C:\Program Files\Intel\Wireless\Bin\ZcfgSvc.exe
C:\Program Files\ATI Technologies\ATI Control Panel\atiptaxx.exe
C:\Program Files\Intel\Wireless\Bin\ifrmewrk.exe
C:\Program Files\Zone Labs\ZoneAlarm\zlclient.exe
C:\Program Files\Grisoft\A... Read more

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just recently my computer sends me this message when i first boot up. in the error box is the header JAVA VIRTUAL MACHINE LAUNCHER and the error message is this COULD NOT FIND THE MAIN CLASS. PROGRAM WILL EXIT.
i have no idea where or why this error has occurred, but i cannot make it stop. any help would be greatly appreciated.
thank you.

A:(Resolved) error message on boot up java virtual machine launcher?

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I'll keep it short. I have tried to access POGO as I have before. Now I'm getting an error message that the game I wanted to load will not because of an Error! You need Java to do this and I have loaded the latest Java from Oracle at least 10 times. Same error. I made sure all Java Icons are enabled through out my system. I am using Vista with IE 8. I used POGO troubling shooting to find any issues. The test for Java and the POPUP blocked tests come back fine and it says to enjoy my game, but when I try again the game fails to come up and I again get the error message.

I tried to contact HP of course I'm out of coverage. I tried to go online to chat with HP, as I found that they will help but, now the help line is also having problems with Java. They do not see it...
I get the message "No Java Support. Please install java virtual machine". I tried to reinstall Java again and it tells me that I'm up to date and no installation is needed.

I have been working on this problem for 2 weeks.... I'm retired and can not afford to pay someone...

Please help if you can Please.... Thanks

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I transferred via the "wizard" my files and settings in XP to my new computer. I could not open some of my sites that required Java. One of the site said it would download Microsoft Virtual Machine. I pressed download, and was taken to the Windows home page, which said Windows does not support downloading of VM anymore, and that I could check the update site.

Which, of course, did not say I needed any updates. I checked the updates I put in, and saw nothing of Microsoft VM.

On my old machine, in Tools-Advanced, there is a whole Java section. In my new machine, there is no Java section.

Anyone know how I can get Microsoft VM or Java that works like it? It is no longer available on Microsoft's site as a download for xp.


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Hi folks;
I'm trying to get into my favourite chatroom, but I need to download "java virtual machine"
I've tried numerous times to download it, but when I try to install it, I get the message " a required source cannot be located"

Does anyone know how I can download and install it succesfully plz.


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A while ago i had to perform a system recovery. now i've noticed that when i go to certain websites i get a message saying i need java virtual machine to view the page, and i don't have it. i never had this problem before. i downloaded it again and apparently i still don't have it. i've tried changing my java options under internet security but there were no java options to be found anywhere. what do i do?

A:Java Virtual Machine

Hi: I have exerpted pertinent info I received in an eml from Helett Packard when I needed the Java VM. Hope this will be helpful. {redoak}

Please visit the following Web site to download and
> install the Java
> virtual machine for Windows XP.
> To download the Java virtual machine just click on
> the link below. The
> download process will start instantly.
> www.meetingworks.com/files/msjavx86.exe
> The download page will give the option to Save this
> program to disk or
> Run this program from its current location.
> Save this program to disk
> 1. Select Save this program to disk. A Save
> window as will appear.
> 2. In the Save In: box, select a location to save
> the file in. The
> file will automatically name itself. It is
> best to accept the
> default name.

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While trying to log onto Anywebcam, I received a message that I need to load Jave Virtual Machine. I am running Win XP Home. Where do I find this, and how do I install it? Thanks for any help.

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Appreciate some assistance.

Have a friend who likes to view the Chicago Sun-Times sports section for hoop scores, etc. He has a shortcut on his desktop to do so.

Every time he goes to the website, an 'Install on Demand' prompt shows up. He gets the message: To display this page correctly you need to download and install the following: Java Virtual Machine. The website keeps asking for the most recent version of the Microsoft Virtual Machine.

The PC was bought brand new about 6 weeks ago. It is running Windows XP Home. You would thing the latest version of the Microsoft Virtual Machine would already be installed.

Downloading the Microsoft VM is always an option, but he does not get the prompt on any other websites, only on the one for the Chicago Sun-Times????

Any thoughts?

A:Java Virtual Machine

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hi, im having trouble viewing web pages and doing certain tasks on the net due to either not having java virtual machine, or not having it enabled. how do i go about enableing it or downloading it as for i cant get win update to find the needed file. Im running XP pro.

any help is appreciated.

A:java virtual machine

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OS XP Home. Do I need Jvm installed for any reason? Thanks, B-72

A:Java virtual machine

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where can i get java virtual machine, IE6 keeps pestering me to download it but when i click download nothing happens


A:java virtual machine

You can't get M$ java VM any more the court order stopped it


IE doesn't know anbout the court order and wants a java vm to display java web content. The MS download page has been removed

alternative is

Sun JAva from

If you really want the M$ version with all it's security holes then a list of download sites v=can be found here

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when ever i go to use something that uses java ie online route planners, yahoo games...i get a pop up box saying ''To display this page correctly you need to download and install the following components:

java virtual machine
theres a button 'download' which i click and it downloads and goes to this page

and the problem persists. plz help

A:Java Virtual Machine

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I've now had this persistant problem with the Java Virtual Machine. An error will come up when I try to go to a website that uses java. It says...

To display this page correctly you need to download and install the following components.

Java Virtual Machine.

Of course I hit download and it opens a page on microsoft.com. For whatever reason I can't simply download it and install it. I don't know the details behing Java Virtual Machine. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks.

A:Java Virtual MAchine.

Microsoft no longer, for legal reasons, support or offer it.

Go to SunMicrosystems website and install theirs. As far as I know, no one has had any problems with it.

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I am trying to run a software called ROES from bay photo.com. A few months ago I was able to run the full version of ROES software just fine. Now I keep getting this message could not create the java virtual machine. The company bay photo said it is something going on with my laptop and it's wasn't on their end. I can run the full version of ROES on my desktop just fine. Does ANYONE have any ideal what is gong on?


A:java virtual machine

Hi, and welcome to BleepingComputer.Have you checked that you have the latest version of Java installed? I think it is 6 Update 20 at the moment. It is important that this is kept up to date. The newer versions will overwrite older ones but you can check in ADD/REMOVE to see if there are any to uninstall.http://java.com/en/Cheers

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I currently have Microsoft Java Virtual Machine installed on my PC. I plan to download Sun Microsystem Java Virtual Machine. Do I have to uninstall the Microsoft Java Virtual Machine? If so, how do I do that, because the Microsoft Java Virtual Machine is not displayed on tha Add/Remove window in my Control Panal.


A:Java Virtual Machine


I don't think you need to uninstall the Microsoft Java Virtual Machine.

Lyn Patterson had both on hers, though she did get a slight problem:




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I am having problems getting Java virtual machine installed on my work computer. The computer is PC (P III at 450 with 128 megs of RAM), running Windows 98 and using IE 6.
At several web sites, I click on certain links and I get a message that I need to install "Java virtual machine." I go through the whole process of downloading the software, installing it, restarting the computer. But, the next time I try to click on the link that I wanted, I again get the message to install JVM. I have done this about four times now, and I'm stumped.
In the IE 6 "Advanced" tab, I have all the Java elements enabled. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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Hi there I have recently purchased two new computers both with windows XP professional.

One of the problems I am having right now is the fact that I cannot seem to be able to use anything Java. I keep getting told I need Java Virtual Machine.

Anybody know where I can get this from and is it free?

Thanks for your help in advance and yes I know I am silly I did read about it but forgot where to get it.

A:Java Virtual Machine anybody ?

It's free, but due to a row between Microsoft and Sun.com MS isn't offering it as a separate download any more.

Here it is though: http://ftp.uni-stuttgart.de/pub/systems/win95/fixes/VM/msjavx86.exe

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I've visited some sites recently that require "java virtual machine." I don't have it and can't get it....or can I?

A:Java Virtual Machine?

The latest version is available on the Microsoft Updates site as a critical update. Or you can get the older, vulnerable version here:


You may also install Sun's Java Plugin which generally works just as well.


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I use Sun Java on W2000 Pro.How do I remove if possible the MS Java Virtual Machine?

A:Java Virtual Machine

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While trying to view some pages it gives me message
"JVM not installed " and when i click on download it brings me to update page of Windows XP from where i m unable to get update of JVM
.plz give me separate site from where ic an download JVM.

A:from where i can get Java virtual machine


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Recently I read where Microsoft issued a security update for their MSJVM,
Java Virtual Machine, and at the same time recommending to un-install it,
because it is very vulnerable to viruses. I have, Java TM, V.1.5.0 (2 Platform
Standard Edition). Can you tell me what is the difference between the two if any?



A:Java Virtual Machine

Just use Sun Java. They are the original creators.

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I recently backed up my files and reformatted my hard drive so I could install an original copy of XP Home in place of a copy of XP Pro that I had on loan from a friend. Since installing XP Home and restoring some of my old files I have found I cannot gain access to my "online banking" as I don't have a working copy of Java VM. I tried downloading a copy of Java VM via my bank's troubleshooting site but it won't load as it says I don't have an old copy of Java VM to load over. How do I fix this problem, do I try for a copy of Java VM from "download.com" or is there another fix?

A:Java Virtual Machine

To download Java VM, go to


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I have recently had a virus removed and now when i try to run a program that was working before i had the virus it does not work.

I get an error saying:

"Could not create Java Virtual Machine"

How do i fix this?

A:Java Virtual Machine

the simple solution is to reinstall java. this at least would let you know quickly, if it is a java issue, or an issue with windows. since this is a virus related issue, I would also suggest you get back to the expert that was helping you or repost on this matter (describing the virus problem) in the malware forums. They are permitted and certified via training programs to help you look deeper and see if something was missed. I might even do this before messing with java at all, but that is up to you.

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Can some provide a little info please regarding Java VM?

What I would like to know is in the "Internet option"/Settings/Advanced..with regards to the 3 tick boxes against Java VM are they actually linked to the installation itself?

What I mean is .. I beleive Virtual Machine would have to be physically downloaded onto PC, and if say I remove all the "ticks" would I stop VM from being actioned ( and vice versa ?)
I hope I have expalined myself correctly!!


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ello peeps...i put a post about dodgy emails which got outta hand and wandered off into something else totally not related to the subject in hand!!! someone was givin me hand regarding my Java buggering up...ive downloaded the SUN microsystems java software but still confused about the whole \%systemroot%\ thing...is \%systemroot%\ just a fancy name for system32?

thats where i found all the files i need to delete apart from the java file itself.

help!!!...i feel like a right dumba** lol

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I was wondering what a Java Virtual Machine was. Sometimes when I visit a certain website it says that I can't view it because It don't have this machine. It says to download now when I do it directs me to Microsoft. I can't seem to find a download for it anywhere. What does it mean and where can I find it?

A:Java Virtual Machine

For all intents and purposes, the JVM is a program that processes java code. You can find it at http://www.java.com/en/index.jsp

Hope this helps,


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When I try to download java virtual machine I get a message saying Automatic Installation for Windows XP is no longer available. Is there any way I can download it?

A:java virtual machine

I can't find Virtual Machine for XP either, so I think we're stuck with the original developers of JAVA... Sun Microsystems Their equivalent of Virtual Machine is here

I'm DLing right now so I'm not sure how well it works, but it's the best I could find.

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whenever i go to a webpage that requires java virtual machine, it always tells me i need to install it again in order to show the page correctly. I have instaled it multiple times and i still cant view some pages.....Please help!

A:Problems with Java Virtual Machine

Some times it fails to link properly to the browser. Try uninstalling it, then install an older version of Java VM and then upgrade it. This sometimes shakes it loose.

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I received an update message from Microsoft. Running XP SP-1 express Home Ed. Wants to know if I want to update the java applet. If I do, recommends that I am running VM ver 3805.

Question: Do I want to?
If yes, how do I know what version of virtual machine I am running?

Thanks for your help.


A:Java Applet Virtual Machine

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Hi to all,
I have a frustrating problem, I'm running XP Pro and every now and then a web page that I try and view says that I need to install java, when I click on the link I get a message saying I need to update the microsoft virtual machine. I click the link again and it takes me nowwhere. Has anybody got any ideas,

thanks in advance

A:microsoft virtual machine & java ???

You can download the latest Java here.


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I just installed Windows XP Pro and there are certain sites when I go to...A pop up comes it stating that I need to download Java Virtual Machine. Normally windows loads it up automatically. But I read on the Microsoft site that there was some conflict between sun systems and microsoft and they could not load these up with XP. The microsoft site stated that they will be releasing a service pack (sp1) for windows XP whcih wil include the Java virtual Machine. But they didn't mention when this will be. There are a lot of sites that I access that I can't get into without the java virtual machine. Does anyone know where I can download a copy that would work with XP until that service pack comes out.Thanks.

A:[Resolved] Java Virtual Machine

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I found a crash log on my desk top. It seem to be for Java Virtual Machine . I have posted it on two other forums and no one can tell me what I should do. I have noticed that the computer is now running slow. I tryed to report to sun java but that are asking questions I have no answers for . If you need the crash log posted I can do that.

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I was having problems with TSG chat for some time. All I was getting in the chat loading page was a picture of a broken thumbnail (where the Java class is loaded).
So I downloaded the latest Java Virtual Machine. Then everything worked just fine.
But suddenly I found that the same problem has cropped again. No Java applets are loading (including TSG chat, yahoo pool). Why is this? I have the latest JVM. And everything related to Java in my internet options are enabled !!!

Please help

A:[SOLVED] Java Virtual Machine

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I am trying to install Microsoft Java Virtual Machine (not the Sun version, I need the old Microsoft version). I've downloaded the appropriate file, (msjavx86.exe) to my hard drive, which is readily available on plenty of websites. When I double click on the file, it just brings up a black screen for a quick second, and that's it. It doesn't run through the installation wizard, which it's supposed to. I've double checked to see if maybe it did install, but it didn't. I've tried running the file through a command window, but that doesn't work either. Any ideas??? Please help!!!

A:Microsoft Java Virtual Machine

That 'black window' is the installation of the program

start>search>file/folders>all files/folders>VM>search

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I get this error at random times during the day for no reason at all - I didn't install anything different other than winamp and it's been going on for 3 days. What's the deal here?

A:Could not create the java virtual machine

It looks like you have a corrupted java installation.

Can you go to add/remove programs in windows control panel, and remove all the Java Runtime Environment installed ?

Next, open the browser and visit java.com: Java + You. Click on the "Download Now" button. And follow the instructions displayed, it should install the latest Java Platform on your machine, and also verify the installation is successful.

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I have been having some problems with my IE6 recently one is that it apparently does not have java VM installed for some reason. I know that for legal reasons Microsoft is no longer providing it but I've found it through two other sources and downloaded it, but neither one seems to work.

Anyone have any suggestions, thanks.

A:(Solved) Java Virtual Machine

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ok I am supposed to download this java virtual machine thing and when I go to click download it brings me to a page that says sorry microsoft doesnt support it anymore or something to that effect....and I went to some sun website and downloaded a java desktop thing and that didnt work, I have internet explorer 6.0 and windows 98se, where do I go to download this at and how? Thanks for any help!!!

A:Solved: java virtual machine

nevermind I took out that java desktop thingy and I went to http://home.wanadoo.nl/brugje/vm/ and downloaded the microsoft visual and the updates and now its fine!!!

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Whenever I open my online stock broker page, the Internet explorer box "Install On Demand" pops up. It says I am missing the following component: Java Virtual Machine. I click download and it took me to a microsoft site that says it can't be accessed because I don't have JavaVM. I have downloaded what I thought was Java Virtual Machine from a number of different sites, but it never fixes it. I have done windows update also, that does nothing.

I run IE 6.0 and WinMe.

Thanks in advance for your help. You guys do a great job!

A:Java Virtual Machine installed...but not

You probably need to download an older version of Java before you can download the newer version. This can be the case for XP. Follow the link I have provided, scroll down to 'One More Way To Get Microsoft Virtual Machine' and follow the provided instructions. I believe this will solve your problem. If not, we'll try something else.


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I am being told to install Virtual Machine by certain programs (they wont load)

When going to the SUN site and starting the download, all goes well until the last minutem, when I receive error:

Java update fails to apply changes to your system Java Runtime

Then error 1722 - There is a problem with this windows installer package. A program run as part of the setup did not finish as expected.

Can anyone help?

A:Java Virtual Machine install

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After i re-formatted, when i view websites, it prompts me to download Virtual Machine, i click ok, it sends me to the Microsoft website, but they don't have it to download anymore.

Anyone know where i can get it???


A:Where to download Java Virtual Machine?

I had a IE problem and find that when i installed Java VM it IE didnt work. I think Java is in a install option of IE6 though i had to select it. But u can DL somewhere.

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Joined Aug 2002
3 Posts
Cannot install Java Virtual Machine (10-13-2002 07:38 AM) report / quote / edit (#1)

I have a fully updated Windows XP installation. Since converting to XP (from 98) in July I haven't been able to get a Java Virtual Machine going.

I was trying to access Yahoo Pool the other day and I think this happened also when I tried to get to Earthlink Virtual Helpdesk. These things require a Java Virtual Machine. When I'm logged on as the Adminstrator... the Java Virtual Machine download takes place (I think) its only about 18K. The next screen I see is http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie...ver/default.asp which politely states...
Posted: September 20, 2001

We're sorry. Automatic installation of Microsoft Virtual Machine is no longer provided for Microsoft Windows XP.

You can get the Microsoft Virtual Machine by installing Windows XP Service Pack 1.

When I try to get the service pack 1 download Windows Update says (after checking my system) that I don't need any updates.

I don't think I'm hitting a security barrier as my IE6 Security options are set to "Medium".

Quite stuck..... I'd appreciate any thoughts

A:Cannot load Java Virtual Machine

Try using the complimentry link provided by Bryan in the thread fourth post. Download and unpack then run.

Let us know how it turns out.


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