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Can JVM work with Linksys.

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Router is an external device which supports all os , all programs will work with not worry about it..

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Another alternative is to let ensure that your ability to run active X material is enabled and not checked off. You can check this via these steps:

1. On the internet browser clikc Tools> Internet Options> Advanced tab> Browsing> check all.

Also, make sure that the option to use java is enabled. Hope this helps.

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