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Can't update Java 1.1.4. Can't view Java or Suns web sites

I have Java 1.1.4. Java does not appear in my program list nor on my control panel. I can't update Java from any web site. I can't view Java or Sun Micro Systems web pages. They are blank. I have Windows XP on a Dell Desktop. I have read something about having to pull teeth to get a Java removall tool from Microsoft and that after it is removed I can then install a new vesion.. Your help is appreciated

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  • drive236 Feb 08, 2009

    Tried JavaRa, tried Firefox, ended up having to reformat. Works well now. Still has 1.1.4 though. I wonder if I should use JavaRa now, and then do a new install from Java. Any thoughts?

  • drive236 Feb 09, 2009

    Used JavaRa, installed Java, all is OK, except now I am battling " Windows Installer Preparing to install" message that keeps poping up when I try to open Word or Excel. One thing after another.

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Use JavaRA:

http://raproducts.org/

Works great for getting rid of older Java installs. Has links to the Java update pages inside the program too.

Also, try installing Firefox and use it to download Java installer.

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

  • RM Pro Svcs Feb 08, 2009

    That's pretty baffling. You must have another program you installed after reformatting that installs the old JRE. It's certainly worth a try to use JavaRa.

  • RM Pro Svcs Feb 09, 2009

    Heh, the joys of Windows...

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