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#1 chugg


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Posted 29 January 2008 - 02:24 PM

Excuse me if I am posting this in the wrong section. I am not sure where to post this. When I start my computer up I get a box that pops up titles jusched.exe. It says jusched.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close. It wants me to send an error report. Can anyone tell me how to get this to stop or what this is?

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Posted 29 January 2008 - 08:09 PM

jusched.exe is the Java Update scheduler, which is set to check for updates once a month.
There are differing opinions of disabling jusched-those who say don't do it-you may miss a java update. Others say it's ok to disable it, you can check for updates manually.
Whether to disable it or not is up to you.

There are a few things you can do.

Start/run, type in msconfig. Click OK.
When the system configuration box opens, startup tab. Scroll through
the listings, find jusched, if it's checked, uncheck it. It may prevent the box from
popping up. I've had it disabled on startup for years, and have never had a problem
with Java.

OR, you could uninstall then reinstall java, which may clear up the problem.

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