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Sun java problem

My pc java work until my pc crashed, after everything was installed again, I installed sun java at windows recommendation , now pogo bingo game will not download, I un-installed, reinstalled, rebooted pc, clear java temp files , nothing worked and answers on how to fix this ?
I get chat but no game.

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Check under Control Panel/Internet Options/ Advanced

Make sure Java section is enabled.

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I have downloaded and installed Java (alot) and still can't use pogo, get the same message, Need to install java.


under internet explore click on TOOLS -->INTERNET OPTIONS --> advanced tab ---> find "Java (Sun) --> make sure the box beside it is clicked to make sure java ins enabled.

I also recommend upgrading to the newest version of IE.

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update that one more time after u have updated your IE.

Oct 16, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Please follow these instrucions to clean up your Java installation.
There is a program called JavaRa that will remove all the old Java versions from your computer. Go here to read about it, then it is a free download from here.
Extract the .zip file to your desktop or create a My Programs\JavaRa folder and send it there. Close your browser and run the JavaRa.exe file and choose 'remove older versions.' When done, it will show you a log file of the Java versions found on your computer and removed. Close that.
Now open JavaRa again if it is not still there behind the log file. Choose "Search for updates" and then "Update using SunJava's website" A browser window should open at the Java home page. (http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp)
Scroll down to the Java SE Runtime Environment (JRE) and choose download. Choose windows from the options, check the license, then choose offline or online installation and click the orange download bar.
Save the file to your desktop or folder, then close your browsers, and click on the file to install Java.
This will give you the most recent version of Java available, which should work seamlessly with Pogo applications.
To check, go to this page and reactivate your Pogo account. Then try to play games.
If your account is properly activated, and you're still having problems, please see this page.
If you want help with these last settings, write back and let us know the exact error message you get from Pogo, and we'll help you to adjust your browser settings to get you in.
I don't see any reason why you shouldn't be able to play with Windows xp. I'm sure you can get it sorted out...

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!

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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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Windows 98!! Yikes, thats old. and must take you ages to load,however try manually installing the Java applet from java.com and see if that works for you.

Go to java.com and download using the yellow pdate java btton on the main page.

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This issue is caused by the security software on the computer. Most security software have features like AD blocking and Script blocking which causes this problem.
You can try turning off this feature in the security software. Alternatively there are couple of things that can be done.
For IE 6, goto tools manage add-ons and disable all the items except the ones which have the name Java or Flash or Sun Microsystems or Adobe.
For IE7, goto Tools - Advanced tab and click on the Reset button.
Or goto Tools – Programs tab – Click “Manage addons” and do the same as above.

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Aol and pogo game not loading


  1. Open Internet Explorer (even if you normally use the AOL or MSN browser).
  2. Click Tools on the IE toolbar.
  3. Select Internet Options.
  4. In the middle of the Internet Options window, click the 'Settings' button in the middle in the Temporary Internet Files section.
  5. On the Settings screen, click the View Objects tab. This is where your browser stores the actual game applet.
  6. Look for any files in the list that are Pogo games. Things like 'PopFu by Pogo', 'Freecell by Pogo' and so on, and delete those.
  7. Click Yes to confirm the deletion of each file.

Installing or re-installing Sun Java
  1. Go to the Sun Java Download page at www.java.com.
  2. The steps may vary as Sun updates this page periodically.
  3. Click the Download button that is usually on the right side of the page.
  4. Click the Begin Download button.
  5. Next you may encounter a warning message that instructs you on 'Installing the ActiveX Control'. Please follow the instruction to allow the installation.
  6. If you see a Security Warning for installing the J2SE Runtime Environment, click Install.
  7. Next you will be prompted to read and accept the license agreement. After reading the agreement click next to 'I accept...' and click Next.
  8. When prompted, choose 'Typical' installation, and click Next.
  9. When the installation is complete, you may be asked to restart your computer now or later. Choose to restart it now.
  10. After your computer has restarted and you are online, go back and try to play again.
Once you are sure you are using the latest version of Sun Java, please follow these instructions to delete the Java cache and objects if you're using Windows.
  • Click the following things in order: Start -> Control Panel -> Java -> 'General' tab.
  • Click the Delete Files button located in the Temporary Internet Files section.
  • Make sure all three boxes are selected, and click OK.
This should probably be done whenever you encounter a problem with the way a game is functioning. Restarting your computer after doing so can also help the performance of the game.

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