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Java will not run Windows 7 64 bit

When a progam there use java should start to run et say JAVA not activ. I have check in the system setting it is activ. I have removed java and installed a new version, but it will not work. Hope somebody can help. Rg Jens

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It depends on the program you are opening, you didn't say? Some software or games don't work on the latest java updates, or 64bit versions. For instance, POGO, a game will not. Limewire, will not. There are many others. It's the program, older software usually, not always.

Posted on Jan 12, 2013

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  • Jens K. Nielsen Jan 12, 2013

    Hello all thanks for your help but it is not solved yet. It is also my antivirus program Mcafee there is not working. on there web side there are a virtual technichin and when I try to start

  • Jens K. Nielsen Jan 12, 2013

    it it just say java script not activ. rg jens

  • max carson
    max carson Jan 12, 2013

    Why is your Anti Virus not working? First address the Malware/Virus issue. Download freeware MALWAREBYTES at : Run a Full SCAN, DELETE ALL RESULTS, REBOOT. You still haven't said WHAT program will not run? Is it on-line? Are you using IE 32bit version? If so you should download the 32bit version as well.

  • max carson
    max carson Jan 12, 2013

    Run the scan and post results. You need the McAfee working.

  • Jens K. Nielsen Jan 13, 2013

    Hello Max thanks for your support. I have rnured this program and there are 0 in all point. All internet sites where there is a buttom there use java notting happen and my Mcafee Use a lot of java scripts. I try to remove mcfee but it will not remov.

  • max carson
    max carson Jan 13, 2013

    Use the McAfee removal tool, Look at this: , Post back when complete.

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    max carson Jan 13, 2013

    You can obtain Anti Virus Freeware, and many other freeware software, at FILEHIPPO: , I use AVAST FREE, Try it, you may like it, but Remember, ANY TIME YOU REMOVE A ANTI VIRUS , YOU MUST USE THE ANTI VIRUS'S REMOVAL TOOL, when availible.

  • Jens K. Nielsen Jan 13, 2013

    Thank the link to remove Mcafee solved the problem Rg Jens



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