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Vista Backup Catastrophic error 0x8000FFFF, Java not registering in Control Panel programs and Java instillation error 25099.

Q: Vista Backup Catastrophic error 0x8000FFFF, Java not registering in Control Panel programs and Java instillation error 25099.


I've having a few problems that apparently may be related.

1) Vista Backup stops with Catastrophic error 0x8000FFFF.

2) A search on error 0x8000FFFF says that it may have something to do with Java.

3) Java's site says that I don't have Java installed.

4) Downloading Java ends with a Java error 25099, the zip file wont unzip properly?

5) Explorer closes down frequently and has to re-start.

6) Java is in the "Program files" but not registered in Control Panel un-install programs?

So, what does all this mean and what can I do about it?

How do I find out if I have Java working on my PC? Why wont the Java download unzip?

The only option I can see is to un-install Java from Program Files manually, do a Registry Repair and then start over with trying to install Java again.

I'll do this but I thought that someone may know something else about this that would be important to know.

So, does anyone know anything else about this and what to do?



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A: Vista Backup Catastrophic error 0x8000FFFF, Java not registering in Control Panel programs and Java instillation error 25099.

The only option I can see is to un-install Java from Program Files manually, do a Registry Repair and then start over with trying to install Java again.Try JavaRA to uninstall Javahttp://sourceforge.net/projects/javara/

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I have to admit to being completely at a loss with my new laptop. A friend set it up for me before leaving me to figure out the rest. Currently, I am trying to download java which I discovered that I don't have when my little brother came over and immediately tried to play online games.

I downloaded the java installer from http://www.java.com/en/download/windows_manual.jsp?locale=en&host=www.java.com:
and, following their instructions, downloaded the offline installer, closed my firefox and tried to open the program.
The error I get is like this:

Java(TM) has stopped working
A problem has caused the program to stop working correctly.
Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available.

My only option is to close the program, which I do. It doesn't give me any more information than that. I tried downloading the online installer and that did the same thing. I've checked my firewall but it doesn't appear to be blocking anything.

Really I'm just not sure what this means or what I should do about it...

Can anyone help me?


A:Java Instillation Error on Windows Vista

Did you do all your updates on the OS? Go into control panel - add/remove and remove the java program you installed. Make sure you do all your updates in Microsoft and go back and try again. Jazz

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When I try to back up my files I get the following message: catastrophic failure 0x8000FFFF
I have Windows Vista Home Premium. My computer is the following: Model #: a6620f
Product #: FQ515AA-ABA
Serial #: MXU84000QF
Software Build #: 84NAv6PrA2
Service ID #: 103-108
PCBRAND: Pavilion

A:Backup Files Error Catastrophic Failure 0x8000FFFF

hiya try this,
Make sure that the "Volume Shadow Copy" service is enabled and running:

Right click on Computer in the start menu and choose Manage.

In the left pane, expand Services and Applications. Click on Services.

Scroll down to find "Volume Shadow Copy". It should have a status of Started and a startup type of Automatic. If not, you need to enable it:

Right click on the service "Volume Shadow Copy" and click Properties. Change statup type to Started and then click Apply. After clicking Apply, click Start. Now click OK and try backing up again.
or try this
one of the first things I did was to create a test user with a profile on a non-default location. I wanted to explore the possibility to store a user's complete profile and documents on another physical disk. After doing some testing, I disabled that user but didn't delete it.

I deleted the user as well as the related profile registry entry from HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows
NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList after backing it up, and rebooted. After that I was able to make a successful backup.

So, to all of you who still experience the 0x8000FFFF backup error, have a look to see if there are any profile entries in the registry that are corrupt (point to non-existing locations) - and make sure to back up any entries before you delete them.

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Hi i,m having trouble with this error. Tried to empty java files from c folder, but screen appears saying, Destination Folder Access Denied
You Need Permission To perform this action.
Can you help

A:Java error 25099

Hi there, try downloading JavaRa by clicking HERE . Unzip the contents of the download and run the program located within to completely uninstall old versions of Java.

Then download the newer version from the java website HERE

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Guy's need your help again.Tried updating Java today but kept getting the failure message Error 25099 Unzipping core files failed.
I have followed all the instructions on Java's website on how to sort this out but nothing's working.I have cleared my system of Java update's,did the task master bit but when I try to download the new version I keep getting this message.I have Vista Home Premium,not sure what other info I can give but can someone help?

Thank's in advance


A:Java error 25099

i always use the add / remove program to uninstall any java listed ,RESTART ,download & run javaRA ,this will remove any old files, RESTART ,download and install the new 1.6.14


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When i am trying to install java i got this error which is placed here http://java.com/en/download/help/error_25099.xml .I did all the things written there

I am using windows vista btw.

1)i checked the windows task manager and there is not nothing running related with java.
2)i checked from add/remove program parts and i saw that i had already uninstalled java.
3)i installed windows install cleaner and run that then there is not thing related with java there.

Please advise me what to do.

Inanc Erdogmus

A:Solved: Java Error 25099!help needed!


I don't know everything, or much at all when it comes to some things, but have you checked the %ProgramFiles%\Java\jre6\ and %APPDATA%\Sun\Java\jre1.6.0_10\ directories to make sure they're empty? The windows/installer cleaner should have gotten rid of any file clutter, but i heard there are times when it still can be left behind even after running a drive cleaner. It would be a good idea to delve a level deeper and check the Program Files. let me know if this helps and if not I hope a more knowledgeable person takes it from there

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My bank wants me to use Java when logging in to my bank account, and my browser (Chrome) wants me to allow Java to start. When I click "always allow on this site" or what ever it says in English, the browser disappears and the Win 8 app panel pops up. Pretty random. Everything works well in Firefox, but this weirdosity happens every time in Chrome. 

A:Weird Win 8 Java error; jumping to app panel when allowing Java use in browser

Chromium solved the problem.

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after attempting to run java off of my flashdrive using the installer and a batch file to direct the application on my flashdrive to the java file on my flashdrive I found a problem back on my laptop. apparently now that I had told my flashdrive to get java from the I: drive on my comp the rest of my applications that run java decided to run off of the I: drive as well. sense i couldn't get the default back onto my C: drive i uninstalled both the application and java multiple times with no success. now i've royally messed up my computer with no way to install java because my computer thinks it is already on my computer and doesn't want to get rid of what it thinks is there properly. even though there is no longer a java file in my C: it still shows up in my control panel. (Error 2 attachment) and I'm also worries about the screen in (Error 1) which i can't get rid of and it only says that it can't find the application when i double click it. i'm on vista home edition and i could really use some suggestions.

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ok.. the latest java update appears to have broken the java control applet in the windows control panel... can anyone advise on how to fix?

A:java update broke java control panel

Go to control panel > add & remove programs > uninstall all of your java (old versions as well) then go and reinstall the latest java update again.

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I've been doing some reading about Java and how it relates to system security and vulnerability. Been thinking about removing it altogether, but not ready to do that just yet. I would at least like to make sure my Java is set to check for updates every day. However the Update tab is missing from the Java Control Panel.

I'm currently running Java SE 6 Update 33 (just updated today), and in Control Panel it says it's the 32-bit version. This is on a Win7 x64 machine. Do I need to get the 64 bit version?

Should I be using Java SE 6 Update 33, or Java SE 7u5?

A:Where is the Java Update tab in the Java Control Panel?

Nevermind, I noticed that I had both SE 6 Update 20 and Update 33 listed in Uninstall Programs. After removing 20, the Update tab appeared. So I set it to check for updates daily, and then hit Update Now. Now it has installed SE 7u5, and did in fact uninstall SE 6 Update 33.

Also the 64-bit version is only for 64-bit browsers, which I never use because I've heard they don't work that great with many web pages.

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Evening all, first post...

Hopefully someone could help,

Everything was working fine yesterday (05/06/2013) then when i turn on today (06/06/2013) i cannot run any applications that are running java.

For example, firefox uses JAVA, but when i start firefox, it crashes..... heres the error report:

apterDeviceID: 0x0de0
AdapterVendorID: 0x10de
Add-ons: amznUWL2%40amazon.com:1.10,%7B972ce4c6-7e08-4474-a285-3208198ce6fd%7D:21.0,abb%40amazon.com:4.0
AvailablePageFile: 5799796736
AvailablePhysicalMemory: 6096318464
AvailableVirtualMemory: 3850571776
BuildID: 20130511120803
CrashTime: 1370546890
EMCheckCompatibility: true
FramePoisonBase: 00000000f0de0000
FramePoisonSize: 65536
InstallTime: 1369500444
Notes: AdapterVendorID: 0x10de, AdapterDeviceID: 0x0de0, AdapterSubsysID: 00000000, AdapterDriverVersion:
D2D? D2D- D3D10 Layers? D3D10 Layers-
ProductID: {ec8030f7-c20a-464f-9b0e-13a3a9e97384}
ProductName: Firefox
ReleaseChannel: release
SecondsSinceLastCrash: 181
StartupTime: 1370546886
SystemMemoryUsePercentage: 28
Theme: classic/1.0
Throttleable: 1
TotalVirtualMemory: 4294836224
URL: https://www.google.co.uk/
Vendor: Mozilla
Version: 21.0
Winsock_LSP: MSAFD Tcpip [TCP/IP] : 2 : 1 : %SystemRoot%\system32\mswsock.dll
MSAFD Tcpip [UDP/IP] : 2 : 2 :
MSAFD Tcpip [RAW/IP] : 2 : 3 : %SystemRoot%\system32\mswsock.dll
MSAFD Tcpip [TCP/IPv6] : 2 : 1 :
MSAFD Tcpip [UDP/IPv6] : 2 : 2 : %SystemRoot%\system32\mswsock.dll
MSAFD Tcpip [RAW/IPv6] : 2 : 3 :
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A:Possible JAVA Error?, Cannot run any programs requiring JAVA?

You may possibly have adware that you don't know about.

Download AdWareCleaner AdwCleaner Download to your desktop
1.Right-click on adwcleaner.exe and select Run As Administrator to launch the application.
2.Click on Delete button.
3.Confirm each time with OK.
4.Your computer will be rebooted automatically. A text file will open after the restart. Please post the content of that logfile in your reply.
Note: You can find the logfile at C:\AdwCleaner[Sn].txt as well - n is the order number.

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I installed the JRE6 update 10 Beta and the Java Icon is not showing in the Vista control panel. I have done two clean reinstalls. By clean installs , I mean that I uninstalled JRE each time and made sure it was off my computer before I downloaded and installed it again. I rebooted each time. No matter , The Java Icon is not in the computers control panel. So I cannot get the Java control panel opened because it is not there.

Please help me and thanks in advance

A:Solved: Java Icon Not showing In Vista Control Panel

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I'm trying to backup my Vista Ultimate machine using the built-in backup program. Doing a complete PC backup works fine, but the "Back Up Files" option always fails with the following error: Catastrophic failure 0x8000FFFFThis happens after some 10-15 seconds inhto the shadow copy.I've been searching for a solution in this forum and all kinds of places I can think of, only finding others who have the same problem, but no solution. I have no clue what to do.I've tried chkdsk /f on both the master disk and the backup disk. Backing up to another disk generates the same error. The Windows Event Log is just as informative as above with no more information.System description:Windows Vista Ultimate SP1 32bit (installed from fresh DVD with SP1 included)Master disk: 80 GBBackup disk: 250 GB (150 GB free)4 GB RAMIt's a newly installed system from scratch. Before the rebuild the backup worked like a charm, no issues whatsoever. I can search for and restore files from the old backups without problems.Any ideas or solutions?Mike

A:Vista backup failing with "Catastrophic Failure 0x8000FFFF"

Ok folks, I now have a solution (to my problem):While still waiting for feedback from Microsoft (see above), I ran across this post, where Christine Fok from Microsoft helped another user with a similar problem.Even if my system was newly installed, one of the first things I did was to create a test user with a profile on a non-default location. I wanted to explore the possibility to store a user's complete profile and documents on another physical disk. After doing some testing, I disabled that user but didn't delete it.I deleted the user as well as the related profile registry entry from HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList after backing it up, and rebooted. After that I was able to make a successful backup.So, to all of you who still experience the 0x8000FFFF backup error, have a look to see if there are any profile entries in the registry that are corrupt (point to non-existing locations) - and make sure to back up any entries before you delete them.And finally, to whom it may concern within Microsoft: I'd appreciate more informative error messages from the backup system. If the problem is an inaccessible path or file, why not tell the user about it, while still backing up everything that is accessible?Mike

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I have a challenge on how to resolve unhandled exception catastrophic failure error code 0x8000FFFF. I was trying to install a POS software i got from AccuPOS. Its actually a trial software which i downloaded from their site. Upon the completion of the installation then the message appeared " unhandled exception. catastrophic failure error code 0x8000FFFF. Please i need help on how to fix the problem. thanks

A:how to resolve unhandled exception catastrophic failure error code 0x8000FFFF

That message usually means the hard drive partition is "dirty" (ie contains errors).
Run the error checker to detect and repair errors to the file system.

Right-click the hard drive icon & select "Properties".
Click the "Tools" tab.
Click "Check Now".
Tick both options, then click Start.
If the drive is the system drive (ie has Windows installed on it), you'll need to click "Schedule disk check".
Now restart Windows & the disk check will run before Windows loads.

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My WinXP shows Java in Control Panel with 5 tabs at the top, namely:

General, Update, Java, Security and Advianced.

However, in my Win7's Control Panel, when I click on Java I see 4 tabs, namely:

General, Java, Security and Advianced.

I do not see an "Update" tab.

Does anyone else see the same? If so, how do we check for update?

A:Java in Control Panel

Try the following:

Press the Windows key + R to open a Run box.

Type regedit

Press Enter.

Browse to:


In the right pane, double-click EnableJavaUpdate.

Change the Value from 0 to 1 (if it isn't already).
Close the registry editor and restart your computer.

See if it helps.

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i am running windows vista.java is installed new version,java icon has disappeared fron control panel how to replace it?

A:java gone from control panel

Not exactly a game issue, so maybe we can get this moved.

Welcome to TSG!

But, do you mean gone from windows control panel? The newest is Java 7 rev 11.
I have windows 7 on this computer and it shows in control panel.
Have you tried removing it from add/remove programs and re-downloading and installing the newest?

Seems to be an old bug that did the same, thought it would be fixed by now. http://bugs.sun.com/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=6641731 Maybe they didn't bother since Vista is outdated.

Looks like it's a bug that shows up on some Vista systems. ...not seeing a fix just yet though.

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looking for some help. cant install java. its missing from my control panel and eveytime i try to reinstall, site site gives me the java 160-31 update, when i try to install it, a dialog pops up promting me to search for the 29 update. i guess thats the 1 in missing cause the same thing happens when i try uninstalling 29 & 30 from my programs & features in my control panel. im running windows 7 home premium 64 bit and ie 9. i also use google chrome. any help would b appreciated.

A:no java in control panel


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I would like to know if anyone knows how I can delete the Java Plug-in from Java 1.4.2 in window XP. I am using IE 8.0. It is located in the control panel? I have exhausted all my brain power and means to do it. I have gone into the registry and deleted everything I could find in there concerning Java by typing Java and or 1.4.2 in the search function as the Java website says to do. I have done searches under the search functions in windows by various names such as Java, Sun, Oracle and every conceivable way I can think but I cannot find the java Plug-in. Maybe Java disguised the name of it to keep it from being deleted. I have checked in C:\windows\system32 and it is not there either. I could not uninstall Java 1.4.2 from the add/remove so I had to do it from the registry. Last fall I had to do a restore on my computer to factory default. After restoring it back to it original condition, I reinstalled all my updates from Misrosoft so I am using SP3. I read on another blog where some one else had done the same as I hd done but there was not any answers for a solution. I am afraid of trying to install another Java on my computer since the Java Plug-in, from the old Java is still in the control panel. By the way, I have my computer setup to look in all hidden files. Thanks.

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I am unable to configure Java Control Panel properly. Specially the "Network Settings" and "Advanced" settings because I don't understand most of what it there. Can you help me here, if unable, direct me to a tutorial or web page somewhere where I can get help.

Thank you,

A:I need help to configure Java Control Panel

Java Control Panel documentation from Oracle: https://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/doc...eploy/jcp.html

Do you really need Java? Most people don't. Here's an article on how to at least disable it in browsers:
How to Disable Java, Step by Step Tutorial: Protect Yourself From Hackers Using Java [PHOTOS] : Trending News : Design & Trend

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Is Java pre-installed with Windows 7 Pro?

Have searched for the 'Java Control Panel' but cannot locate.
Which is not to be found under the program folders or uninstall programs.

Have an older app (Macormedia MX - that I intend on either using compatibility mode or virtrual mode to run) that requires it.

re: http://www.java.com/en/download/help/win_controlpanel.xml

Does running it pose a security risk?

A:Java Control Panel - Windows 7

If Java is not in the "Programs And Features" list and is not in the "Control Panel" list, it's not installed in your computer.

The most current version for Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit is Java 8 Update 5.


The 32-bit version (29.67 MB) is 4th from the bottom of the list.

The 64-bit version (32.55 MB) is 2nd from the bottom of the list.

Accept the license agreement, then click the download link.


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Hello team and members from TechSupport!

I have a problem with my Java Control Panel since i reinstalled my windows 7 64bit system. I have installed the Java SE Development Kit 7 Update 2 for 64 bit with the Runtime Environment (also 7 Update 2 f?r 64-bit) and JavaFX 2.0.2 SDK (64-bit).

I always used Mozilla Firefox, but now wanted to change to Opera (Version 11.61 Build 1250 (Win32)) - Since my Java wasn't working on Opera (tested it on the Java "Verify" Page) I searched the internet for similar problems, but in most of the answers I had to go to the Java Control Panel, which I found out also doesn't work on my computer. When I want to open it (Java Control Panel) in programms there only comes this error message:

"Java(TM) Control Panel
C:\Program Files\Java\jre7\bin\javaw.exe
-Xbootclasspath/a:"C:\Program Files\Java\jre7\bin\..\lin\deploy.jar"
-Duser.home="C:\Users\<myname>" com.sun.deploy.panel.ControlPanel"

In my "Java" Directory I have two subfolders jdk1.7.0_02 and jre7, but can't find any deploy.jar ...

Also tried to deinstall the jdk and replace it with another, and I even tried to deinstall it to install just the JRE, just to find out if this works, but nothing. Don't know what to do now, but I hope that someone of you can help me.

I hope my english is understandable, my English got a bit rusty. ;)

Thanks in advance!

A:Java Control Panel Problem

Sorry for the double post, can't find the edit button (just quote, multiple quote and quick quote. :S), just wanted to give an exact update:

I have tested it again now with JDK 6 version 30 and afterwards with JRE 6 version 30 (both for 64 bit of course) - Same error message just with jre6 instead of jre7. I deinstalled the old jdk/jre before I installed the new one of course.

The java panel does work normally on my girlfriend's computer.

Edit: Can't edit first post of a thread, that make sense now.

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Okay so here is the whole story, its a bit long so please bare with me.

I was trying to fix my computer. I has windows vista home premium 64 bit. I got a virus, it was the "internet security" a type of virus that pretends to be an Anti-virus. I took it to office max to get rid of it and they could have but the program needed Java script to work with IE. So we did research and killed the virus thinking that would let IE use Java. I was able to stop it by using command prompt in safe mode by typing "taskkill /f /im isecurity.exe" When i did that it stopped the virus.

I was then able to delete the virus, but nothing would work. Internet wouldnt work and i got an error saying "The dependancy service or group failed to start" so i researched that on a friends computer and it said several things that woould fix it. None worked, so i went to "computer management-services" And im guessing killing the virus disabled all the "services" After hours of turning most to "automatic" I finally got internet back on. Then i was able to access everything again so went back to officemax and the same error showed up. Java script i guess had not been active. then i looked at my control panel and java isnt even there.

My question it, how do i get java to run or at least be on my computer. I installed the latest version and it still says that. then i tried to uninstall and reinstall but it told me that i already had it installed.

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A:Java isnt there in Control panel.

Anyone at all? i know it isn't a common problem, if it is I've never herd of it. I would like to be able to get my computer fixed.

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After reading about the Java problems, I tried the disable javascript in Firefox 18, updated to 7 Release 11, checked around and found Java 1.6XXX and Java 6 XX stuff. I couldn't uninstall them so I deleted the folders and uninstalled JRE 7 R11 and reinstalled it.
First I should have mentioned that I require javascript on numerous sites. I am running NoScript and only allow on regularly needed sites and temporarily on sites I may visit. I don't know how effective this is.
In the Control Panel, the Java icon shows an empty folder an says it has no association. Is there a way to get it back? Also I've found that in Java/bin/javacpl.exe is the control application for JRE and set it according to another threads suggestion of High Security and not storing any temp files on my computer.
Is it safe? Thanks for any assistance and opinions on these problems.

A:Lost Java association in Control Panel

Java and JavaScript are two separate things. Java is a programming language that has to be downloaded and installed. JavaScript is a browser based scripting language that is automatically provided by probably every browser out there. JavaScript is not experiencing any vulnerabilities and doesn't need to be disabled. Java is getting all the attention and should be uninstalled. This article gives a pretty good summation of the differences and what is being recommended.

Should I disable Java, and if so, how?

If you're having difficulties removing all traces of Java you could try a free uninstall utility called JavaRa. There are several "download" buttons on the JavaRa homepage so make sure you select the right one (screenshot provided.)

Hopefully JavaRa will remove the control panel icon. If it doesn't, you could try reinstalling the latest version of Java and see if the control panel icon is functional again. Your choice if you want to keep Java installed or not. I think most security experts are recommending that it not be installed.

java.com: Java + You

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I am using Windows 8 and I need to know how to get the Java Control Panel on my computer screen so I can change the Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) to off in the Advanced Section of the Java Control Panel. Does anyone know how to do this?

A:'How do I find the Java Control Panel on my computer?'


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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Service Pack 3, 32 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.00GHz, x86 Family 15 Model 4 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 3326 Mb
Graphics Card: RADEON X300 SE 128MB HyperMemory, 128 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 71468 MB, Free - 22989 MB;
Motherboard: Dell Inc., 0WG261
Antivirus: AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition 2012, Updated: Yes, On-Demand Scanner: Enabled

I only use my computer to play games that require Java. I had java 7.4 but its not compatible on pogo games. Uninstalled it, and installed java 6.32 as recommended. The java icon is not showing in my control panel at all....but is in my add/remove programs. I know java is not working...pogo tech help tried to view my screen and were unable because java wasnt found. I tried to download it through firefox, google chrome, and IE. I have removed and reinstalled several times, and have restarted my computer as well. Same result every time.....no java in control panel, but is in remove programs.

Any suggestions would be great, as I am going nuts trying to figure out what to do!

A:Solved: Java Icon not in control panel

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i have Java 1.7 for both IE & non IE browsers installed and enabled. However, in control panel Java is represented by an empty folder. Clicking the folder returns a message that Java is not installed. However, java runs fine. I cannot access the Java console. I have uninstalled Java and reinstalled it but that does not resolve the issue. Is there a missing file or registry key? Thank you.

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2670QM CPU @ 2.20GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 42 Stepping 7
Processor Count: 8
RAM: 8139 Mb
Graphics Card: Radeon (TM) HD 7690M XT, -2048 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 689009 MB, Free - 610459 MB; D: Total - 22130 MB, Free - 2382 MB; E: Total - 4054 MB, Free - 1103 MB;
Motherboard: Hewlett-Packard, 1803
Antivirus: Norton Security Suite, Updated and Enabled

A:Java folder empty in control panel

As far as I am aware, Java doesn't come in browser specific versions but Adobe Flash Player does. JavaScript (often confused with Java) also has different versions but it is not a separately installable program but is included in your browser software.

If you go here with each browser you have installed, you can get confirmation of your Java version and find out if it is enabled and working in each browser; http://www.javatester.org/ As a bonus you can also check if JavaScript is working!

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I took a Java version 14 update the other night, it is working fine, passing all the Pink and Dancing Duke tests. When I clicked on the java icon in the control panel today and got:

"java control panel system cannot find the registry key specified".

"Hkey_Local_Machine\software\javasoft\java run time enviroment\1.60_13"
Went to the registry and the version 14 key it is there.

Went to WINDOWS\system32\ Javacpl.cpl it still shows version 13 there, Java.exe Javaaw.exe and Javaaws.exe are all version 14

Under Program Files: java\jre6\bin javacpl.cpl control panel extension properties it is version 14

I need the java icon in the control panel to look in the registry for version 14 instead of 13 from the control panel.

I also uininstalled 14 and reloaded it. DL JavaRa to remove all older versions.

To rule out a registry problem I was going to uninstall 14 and reinstall 13, then see what happens, but thought I would pose this problem here first

What do I need to change for the Java icon in the cpl to look for the right registry key?

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I use Windows 7. I have uninstalled Java through Control Panel and checked no entries in regedit but the Java icon (Java 32 bit) is still on my Control Panel. When I click on it, it says application not available or something similar.

Can I get rid of this ?

A:Java uninstalled but icon still on Control Panel

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Hello to everyone!

I am currently experiencing this Java problem that I only encounter when updating my Vuze Bittorrent Client. I am just updating it to newer version but every time I try, the error pops up. The complete error is:

"An error occurred: java.lang.RuntimeException: java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException"

After clicking OK button, the setup ends. And when I re-try to install the update, the Vuze Installation Wizard will show this message:

"The installer did not start up correctly on the last run. This is probably caused by a corrupted Java VM. Do you want to download or manually select the JVM?"

When I choose YES, the installer will download the file but will fail and will show the Java error. When I choose NO, the installer will proceed normally but will show the same Java error.

I manually update my Java to the latest version which is Version 7 Update 45 but problem still persists. I checked my Java version by going to https://www.java.com/en/download/installed.jsp.

If you have questions, feel free to ask. I need your help on this since I'm a bit cautious when dealing with this Java since I don't know much about it.

Thanks in advance!

A:Java Error : java.lang.RuntimeException when Updating Vuze

Well; first thing i would try is completely uninstalling Java; and then reinstalling it. Then;(make sure any files retrieved from the bit torrent client are backed up if possible) uninstall the bit torrent client and reinstall that. Try these things and report back and we can go from there if not solved.

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I tried to delete Java 1.4.2 from the add/remove in control panel on my windows XP with IE 8.0. It did not work. I finally deleted it from the registry and it is now gone from the add/remove. My other problem is the Java Plug-in control panel which is in the control panel (steaming cup of coffee) is still in the control panel. I have followed Java's help to a T to delete it from the registry. It is deleted from the registry as when I double click on the Java Cup of coffee in control panel it give the registry key where it should be but says it cannot find the Java plug-in. It is supposed to be in this key: Hkey_local_machine\software\javasoft\java plug-in\1.4.2. I am trying to get rid of the icon of the steaming hot cup of coffee in the control panel but I cannot do it. I have done searches in the search function. I have even physically checked through everything in the C:\windows\system32 folder but I am unable to find this file or what ever it is called. Does anyone have any other ideas how I can get rid of it? I did a complete restore of my system earlier. In checking various websites I see where others have complained of this very same thing after doing a restore. I never could find a solution though. I have been in and out of the registry so many times, deleting things, I am getting nervous doing it. I am assuming that this Java may have came when I purchased this machine as I would not have downloaded this old of a version. This Gateway... Read more

A:Unable to remove the Java plug-in from the control panel

Check for JAVA entry here

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Explorer \ ControlPanel \ NameSpace

You should have entries similar to this


Check for each entries and find out the one which points to JAVA

Delete it,restart the PC

Make sure to back up this key before deleting entries

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Explorer \ ControlPanel

good luck

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Ive had an icon for Java in my control panel for as long as I remember, and its supposed to be the one for the java control panel. The only issue is, the icon is a folder instead of a the java logo, and whenever I open it, I get this error (in screenshot). I decided to uninstall Java and I used JavaRa to clear all the java leftovers, however it is still there after a restart. How can I remove it? I want to remove it before i reinstall Java so that I get the proper icon in control panel. thanks!

A:Java folder in control panel doesnt open

What options do you have if any when you right click on the folder?
Another thought.....do you even need Java? Most don't.
EDIT: How to remove an invalid icon from Control Panel?

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I'[m having problems with Java. Java applets are not running. Also I can't open the Java Control Panel to see if the programs are installed properly. I have Windows 7 installed on a computer with a 64-bit processer, I have both the 32 bit and 64 bit versions of Java i6, Update 17 installed. When I try to run an applet at my online banking site Java does not seem to be recognized because the program keeps telling me I need to install Java for the applet to run. I tried uninstalling and re-installing Java. I was able to uninstall the 64 bit version, but not the 32 bit version.

I get a Windows Installer message saying " The feature you are trying to use is on a network resource that is unvailable. Click OK to try again, or enter an alternate path to a folder containing the installation package "jre1.6.0_17c-l.msi" The path it tries to looki in is C:\Users\Username\AppData\LocalLow\Sun\Java\jre1.6.0_17c-l.msi Its seems as if I'm missing the installation package file for the 32 bit Java program. Seems I'm missing the control panel files as well. Help!


A:Solved: Java Control Panel Won't Open & Applets Don't Run


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I do NOT want Java to automatically check for updates. I will do so manually. But I have a problem turning off this automatic update. My laptop has two accounts: an admin account and a user account with no administrator privileges. If I run the Java Control Panel in the admin account, on the Update tab I can uncheck the "Check for Updates Automatically" box. However in the user account, this check box is grayed out. How can I disable automatic update for the user account? Registry change? Something else?
Thank you.

A:Java Control Panel - Cannot disable automatic update

Do you have UAC disabled? If a standard user wants to do something that affects the system or other users, they will get a UAC prompt to provide the administrator's password before being allowed to do so. If UAC is not turned on, then the standard user will not be allowed to do so.

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i need to change the Java Control Panel - Network settings from "use browser settings" to "use automatic proxy configuration script". i need to do this an several machines and i would like to do this via an package SCCM.

is this possible to change this with an modification in the registry?

Win7 x64



A:Java Control Panel - network setting (registry)

i have found it myself

the registry settings for this is at:
here you need to add an string Value
Value name:
Value data:
string Value
Value name
Value data:
name of your proxy script

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I am having issues getting Java to Install on a Windows 7 Pro PC in a stand alone environment. 
Error Code 1603.  Java is needed on this PC to be able to print shipping labels from FEDEX.com. I am trying to install using the administrator account. I have removed previous versions of Java. I have  removed the MS updated KB2918614.
The java uninstall tool doesn't run because Java is required to run the java uninstall tool.  I have run multiple Microsoft Fixit Tools.  This is the second PC I have had this error with in this office. Does anyone have any thing more to offer that
might assist me. I have "Google'd" this error for 2 weeks now.  Help would be greatly appreciated, Thank You!

A:Java Install error 1603 on Java 8u45

According to official site of Oracle, This is a known issue with Microsoft KB2918614The root causes of these errors are under investigation. If this error still persists after uninstalled this update.
You could try following zooeyhall?s suggestion to download and install a previous version of Java or try creating a new administrative user account and install Java with the new account.
Regarding to JAVA installation error, I?d suggest that we post at JAVA forum for further support. There you can get more effective suggestion by other experts who familiar with it. Your understanding is highly appreciated.
D. WuPlease remember to mark the replies as answers if they help, and unmark the answers if they provide no help. If you have feedback for TechNet Support, contact [email protected]

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Was having problems with java now I completed lost the java icon when I go into my control panel. It was suggested by someone who was helping me in another thread to find someone with more advanced skills. Not sure who can help now?

A:Solved: lost Java icon in my control panel!!! How do I get it back!!

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<My solution>
When i experienced the follow error.

I deleted the file named "Program" in the C: Drive to fix it. (This also fixed java not working or even launching with a web browser application)

A:Java Crashes browsers and its control panel wont open

See if deleting temp files in all browsers clears the Java cache ...

Download TFC by Old Timer TFC - Temp File Cleaner by OldTimer - Geeks to Go Forums and save it to your desktop.
Save any unsaved work. TFC will close ALL open programs including your browser!
Double-click on TFC.exe to run it. If you are using Vista/Windows 7 right-click on the file and choose Run As Administrator.
Click the Start button to begin the cleaning process and let it run uninterrupted to completion.
Important! If TFC prompts you to reboot, please do so immediately. If not prompted, manually reboot the machine anyway to ensure a complete clean.

TFC (Temp File Cleaner) will clear out all temp folders for all user accounts (temp, IE temp, java, FF, Opera, Chrome, Safari), including Administrator, All Users, LocalService, NetworkService, and any other accounts in the user folder. It also cleans out the %systemroot%\temp folder and checks for .tmp files in the %systemdrive% root folder, %systemroot%, and the system32 folder (both 32bit and 64bit on 64bit OSs). It shows the amount removed for each location found (in bytes) and the total removed (in MB). Before running, it will stop Explorer and all other running apps. When finished, if a reboot is required the user must reboot to finish clearing any in-use temp files.

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Whenever I try to install JRE 6u2, I get this message....

Any ideas... Whoever helps me fix gets THIS from me--->

You'll have to click on the pic.

A:Error message won't allow uninstalling of some programs and installation of Java


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Whenever I try to install JRE 6u2, I get this message....

Any ideas... Whoever helps me fix gets THIS from me--->

A:Error message won't allow uninstalling of some programs and installation of Java

Hello and welcome to TSF

Do you have any other versions of Java installed?

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This problem has just recentley happened on my Windows 7 64-bit and i don't know whats caused it. Java used to work fine but now whenever i use a website with java on it, my browser crashes instantly, locks up and says not responding (i have tried 5 different browsers)

Games work fine, such as minecraft and runescape if ran from their applets instead of a browser.

I cannot open my java control panel as it presents me with this error

I have tried reinstalling and installing java 6 and java 7 multiple times.

Entering "javaws -viewer" into command prompt is the only way to access my java control panel

A:[SOLVED] Java Crashes browsers and its control panel wont open

Go to Control Panel>Programs and Features uninstall Java. Download the newest version here then install.

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Im trying to back up my computer and it keeps coming up with catastrophic errors? If it was so catastrophic... Wheres the bsod?
Ok Im kidding
But why am i getting such errors? the computer is brand new cause i needed a faster computer for halo.
Error number: 0x8000FFFF
Please to me as soon as you can

A:Backup Error, Catastrophic?

go to your Event Viewer, find the specific error, and report the precise wording

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Hello all!


It's finals week and I cannot access any of my notes or programs. Whenever I try to use Open Office, a "fatal error" occurs and the program crashes before the document gets pulled up.

I try reinstalling, but Internal Error 2716 occurs.

Tried Solutions:
1. I ran the "check disk option" to automatically fix any errors, etc... TWICE


Any help will be VERY appreciated! Going to fail out of undergrad otherwise, and got some Asian parents to deal with should that come to pass.


A:Internal Error 2716: Cannot install, uninstall, or run java-based programs

Have you tried uninstall in Safe Mode?

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Updated Java to v7 Update 11, websites that use java are coming up with a security warning asking if I want to run this application? It says:

An application from the location below is requesting permission to run.
Location: www.time.gov/.../java Then I have to click "Run" so the program will complete.

I get the same thing when going to
How do I test whether Java is working on my computer?
Java Tester - What Version of Java Are You Running?
to test my version of Java.

This never happened before, is there anyway to disable this?

I assume that this security check was installed by Java 7 Update 11 because it did not start until I installed v7.11.

I checked this PC before I updated and no security question, after I updated I get the security question.
I updated my PC at work first and that is when I noticed this had started, came home and tested this one before updating so it must be v7.11 that is installing this test or whatever you want to call it.

A:Java Update-Now I get a security warning for programs that run java

Just tried both the sites you posted and they do no give me a security warning.
They state that Java is disabled, which it is.

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Help! I keep having problems with a little error at the bottom of the Windows Explorer Page that says "Loading Java Applet Failed". I found out how to change the settings which is listed below, problem is: There is no Java Plug In Folder in the Control Panel. Is this normal?
Click the Start menu
Select Settings
Select Control Panel
Double click the "Java Plug-in" icon
Click the "Proxies" Tab

A:"Java Plug In Folder" missing from Control Panel

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Hi Guys,

This one has been bugging me for the past few updates for Java Version 8 - the "Update" tab is missing for the Java Control Panel program.

This was (apparently) a bug in earlier version, but is supposedly fixed.

I'm running Windows 10 Pro 64-bit and have had this issue with at least the last three updates to the Java JRE Version 8 64-bit.

I've tried uninstalling, cleaning the registry and making sure any leftover Java-related files are gone, but once I reinstall Java, the problem is still there.

Can anyone else confirm this issue?



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Receive error message 0X8000FFFF when trying to do a backup of system.
I have Vista Home Premium software---32-bit operating system.
I have not been able to back up system and have no restore point for C disk
What can I do so as not to lose everything?

A:Catastrophic failure 0X8000FFFF

The error number you gave seems to be specific to SQL Server, which is used by some backup utilities - firstly, what are you actually using to do the backup? And has it worked in the past?

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