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When I try to get into world wide solitaire the program stops after pogo install and just before game should come on... not a problem with first class solitaire


Go to https://java.com/download and use the tool provided to check and see if your Java and Java Flash are up to date. Java is always the biggest issue at pogo. Also, if its for a mobile device, only 5 games are released so far that will work.

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How to Install Java in Windows XPProfessional

Java is one of many third-party applications that enhance your experience onyour Microsoft Windows XP Professional operating system. Java, developed by SunMicrosystems, is a programming language and computerplatform that is the backbone behind many of the programs you use today,including games,businessapplications and utilities. Software developers choose the Java platformbecause it has been tried and proven to work the best. Java publishers focus onperformance, stability and security. It's easy to get the latest version ofJava and install it on your XP Professional system.

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My java is not working correctly with my games that uses it . I have installled and uninstalled my java accoroding to the instructions given by the game website (Pogo) and I still can't get the java to...


Go to C:\Program Files\Java, if there is more than one folder version listed
then use the Control Panel's ADD/Remove Programs option to remove the older
versions and then delete any leftover files and folders that may still exist
for the older versions.
reinstall Java from sun.com

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Pogo.ui2.awt.e@61ec49 won't let me play games


try updating your java.

look at control panel - java click on the update tab and then click on update now. let it update then reboot and try your game.

If you can't find the java under control panel then you may have to instal java from Sun.

http://www.java.com/en/download/index.jsp

Download and run to install. Check for updates and reboot then try your game.

After all that it if it hasn't fixed it, it can just be a java programming error.
If the game is populaur these usually are fixed very fast. If you keep trying every few days it should get the updated file and your game will work again.

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java editor is a text editor which probably understands java language synthax and can automatically call java to compile your code.
Java software is a program written in Java programming language which is interpreted/executed by JVM(JAva virtual machine) on a target computer.
Your question is a rough equivalent to : What is a difference between typewriter and a recipe book written in English language

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you want to make a game? are you serious? programers work for years to create games......
what knolage do yuo have? do you know anything about javascript?

if you want, you can try... but i dont think you will be able to "make a game"
try it at java sun's official site.. you can download anything you need there... you can eventualy try to make a mobile game, but it is hard...

here is how it works:
you have to know alot, and i meen alot of codes... games and programs are nothing else but a bunch of codes. offcource, professional programes use aditional programs to make new ones, and if you were hoping to make a proffesional game :) a i have to disapoint you...

rate me :)

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Try flushing your Java cache.

Start > Control Panel > Java > Temporary Internet Files (Settings) > Delete Files.

You might even try UNchecking "Keep Temporary Files on My Computer".

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To call another program from Visual Basic, you can use something like this. So, to call a Java program, the program name would be "java <name of Java program>".

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I really needy of sourcecode of badmintone game in java
pls send it to my ID "firozdost@yahoo.com"

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