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Most utilities will update over their previous versions, for some reason Java doesn't. I would remove the old versions and download the 6.0, I've seen where there have been complications when trying to download newer version without removing the older ones.
Family and loved ones will always be a priority in my daily life. You never know when one will leave you.
Done. Removed all Java then re-install 6.2. The test site still says I'm "using an older version of Java technology". I don't know what that means, since it shows I've got 60_02 installed. The Java Control Panel updater says I've got the latest version. And, Java is working fine. I'm not going to worry with it anymore.