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In desperate need of help with Java..

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#1 lucid_fatal


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Posted 01 January 2014 - 05:32 PM


     So as you see in the title, i am having issues with java. So what is happening is that i was having trouble with minecraft and someone of the Minecraft Forums said that a way to fix it was to reinstall java. So i tried that. But halfway through, Java game the error message saying "The wizard was interupted before Java 7 update 45 could be completely installed." So.. I tried to install it again and it gave me the same error message. So on, and so on. So i finally looked up the error message and all of the answers said to just uninstall Java from my programs and Features menu from control panel. That is the problem... Java isnt in there.. And other answers with that problem said to install and run JavaRa. Wich i did. But to uninstall Java with JavaRa, you need the Java uninstall.exe. That is the other problem.. I dont have that in my computer. Please help. I am a minecraft youtuber and i need to get videos out soon but i cant due to my computer's lack of JRE...

Thanks so much guys!!

-Lucid FaTaL

Edited by hamluis, 02 January 2014 - 01:32 PM.
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#2 Greg62702


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Posted 01 January 2014 - 07:25 PM

Are you downloading Java at http://www.java.com or at http://www.oracle.com for the JavaSE?  Keep in mind that due to that there are still security issues with JRE, programs are forced to block JRE from running, regardless.

Edited by Greg62702, 01 January 2014 - 07:26 PM.

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