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#1 cchall


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Posted 08 January 2006 - 03:31 AM

I read the Tutorial called How to remove the Microsoft Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and followed the directions to uninstall. I did this because even though I have XP with SP2 when I did the run and typed in RunDll32...etc it showed I had the JVM. So, I said Uninstall. When I tried to follow the subsequent directions, I couldn't find any of those files. when I restarted my computer I got the message unable to locate system class java/lang/object. I did go to java.com and download the latest SUN Java. Oh, forgot to mention that when I got the message, I went and did a system restore but I still am getting that message.
Now, I am not sure what bad thing I have done :thumbsup:. Any help out there for a dummy?


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#2 Jubo


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Posted 08 January 2006 - 06:46 AM

Not sure which removal instructions you used, but you can also download a removal tool. More information at this site: Information regarding the Install, use of and uninstallation of the Microsoft Java VM in Windows XP.

See also the uninstall instructions at: Java dot com.

On the other hand, you can have both installed. There's no problem with that. Besides, I still think the Microsoft version is much faster than the much slower Sun version...

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