Yes, that's what I meant when I said I had it configured. Sorry if I wasn't clear. Those boxes are both checked, and I'm still having the problem.
I also upgraded to the newest version of Java.
Finally, sent Sun an e-mail, now I'm waiting.
Meanwhile, I learned about this thread:http://www.dslreports.com/forum/remark,9731291
To summarize, the upshot is that this other guy was able to fix the same problem by reinstalling MSVJM and having it in the background, despite the fact that Sun Java is supposed to be used as a replacement. If I am to try this, I need someone to answer a few questions:
1) Where can I download MSVJM?
2) The other guy was using Win98, and I'm using WinXP SP2. Would that make a difference? Did my computer really have MSVJM at some point?
Edited by shawnvw, 09 June 2005 - 12:20 PM.