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Windows vista compatible java

I try to load an application which worked fine with xp but in vista it does not work. it says " unable to start application - JAVA Virtual Machine is not loaded.
Class not registered."

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All application are not supported in vista
the newer versions shold be used in vista.
all the software companies give new products for vista.
for free download any softtware from www.filehippo.com
www.softpedia.com
i tink u go to control panel
then select adminisrartive toos
then selece sevices
then select java virual macine
give right click n staart sevices.
ur's kishore chowary.
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