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Java Issue Wont work

No matter what I try, I can not get java to work on 1 machine.
It installs without issue, however when I go to the test_java website, it fails to load. I have removed, rebooted and reloaded. I have tried several different versions. I have loaded from ONLINE source and downloaded to hard drive, then attempted to load. Each time it loads, and says successfully loaded, but the java test will not work.

We are trying to take an online class which requires java and this is not working at all which led us to check java settings which led us into this endless java installation loop.

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  • DenisRoy Nov 06, 2008

    The java test website I use is here BTW



    http://java.com/en/download/help/testvm....

  • DenisRoy Nov 07, 2008

    Ok figured this out.

    Believe this or not, it ended up being the profile. I logged in as admin and java worked. Logged back in as her, and same problem.



    I renamed her profile and logged back in as her, it created a new profile and instantly started working for her.



    Thanks!

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