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Java issues java has some issues since java said to download the new version and then part way through the installation it quit, saying there was problems now when i try useing trend micro housecall virus scan which needs java it will not work

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  • freedum Mar 28, 2008

    everytime i downloaded the new version all was good but when i installed java it said it could not finish then i manually installed it it says was a success but the problem is i like to run Trend Micro Housecall virus scan which uses the java platform it still will not work but thank you for your time

  • freedum Mar 29, 2008

    i did rate it the 1st time and the 2nd don't no what happened so thanks again

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Yeppers..java just went unsupported by MSoft, and now you need to get the fresh version from www.java.com

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    Patrick Michaels Mar 28, 2008

    so, the java issue was resolved? And then you went to Trend Micro(use it all the time) and then you say you are Not Rating my solution? hmmmmmm..perhaps you'll reconsider this action?

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