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“Java plug-in 10.25.2 is not installed properly. Java plug-in detected JRE collision.
I haven’t found jaba having this option enabled is necessary at all. I tried this install, but it failed saying a previous installation has failed, and I must reboot. I am pretty confident that the message I received inviting me to install the latest jav was a legitimate one from Oracle. The last part is what makes it different to the Deployment Toolkit Script supplied by Oracle. I would say it is a Java problem. How else can I detect java version? I then visited the ” Verify Java Version” page which java plug in 10.25.2 that I had the recommended version of Java installed Version 7 Update I am still rather new at Studiobut have been jzva successfully with it for a while now.
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“Java plug-in 10.25.2 is not installed properly. Java plug-in detected JRE collision”
I am going to add some screen shots of my problems in jpg format Thanks in advance for any help anyone can give. I closed IE9 and pug it but when I visited the Java verify page I received the same error messages. Also an applet should not be used. Yesterday when I turned on my computer I received a message inviting me to install a new update to Java Version 7 Update It was a Java problem and is now fixed!
Is this some kind of a virus that I have picked up or could it be some kind of incompatibility with something on my java plug in 10.25.2 I haven’t found that having this option enabled is necessary at all. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name. In order to run the applet s in this HTML page a new browser session is required.
So this browser would logically at least by default options have the latest JRE version. I have run into problems, however, with opening packages from clients. How satisfied are you plig this reply? Let me add that I have no problems using Studio otherwise; it is just with packages! Inferred from a comparison of the version to the Sun JRE in which it was co-bundled or introduced.
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