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I gleaned a couple of solutions from www.howtogeek.com:
jusched.exe is associated with the Java Update scheduler. It is located in the bin subfolder of each Java program file folder, however it is not an essential process and can be turned off. See What is jusched.exe And Why Is It Running?
If you don't want to turn if off, then try uninstalling the current version, reboot and double-check to ensure there are no instances of Java left. Once you do that, download and reinstall the latest version.
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