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#1 Joanne-B

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Posted 07 July 2010 - 05:05 PM

I have been getting booted off line while playing my pogo games. Once booted I get an icon on my desktop in notepad format that reads hs_err_pid. Can anyone tell me why this is happening all of a sudden & how I can fix it? I had been previously been having problems with my java, but both pogo & java tell me I have the most recent version & it is running correctly. I'm very confused about this as I went to my add/remove programs (I was going to uninstall my java & reinstall it) & I have no listing for java. My computer runs on internet explorer & windows xp. Any help would be greatly appreciated, but please keep in mind that my computer savvy is VERY limited. Thanks in advance. Joanne-B.

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Posted 07 July 2010 - 05:54 PM

Java is installed as a browser plug-in, unless you have installed a full version of it for programming in java script language using such consoles as NetBeans.

The java interface installs into the application data folder which is by default a hidden folder, this is why you can not see it.

Here's a link to the Java web site and the download link for Windows OSes. http://www.java.com/en/download/inc/windows_new_ie.jsp

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