How to Fix Java Program Errors
So many websites use Java, that recurring program errors for Java can be frustrating and time consuming. If you are getting errors, doing a few simple things can get you up and gaming or watching that video in no time.
Most of the time, uninstalling and then reinstalling the Java program will fix any recurring program errors. The best way to remove the Java program is on the computer through the Control Panel. To uninstall Java, go to Start and then Control Panel. Choose Add/Remove Programs and select the Java program from the list. Choose it and then select Remove to take it off the system.
If you suspect that Java hasn’t been completely uninstalled, you can use the Microsoft Windows Installer Cleanup Utility to make sure all of the registry entries are removed. You can find the Cleanup Utility on the Microsoft website.
After the program has been completely removed from your computer, you can go back to the Java website and download the newest version. This should solve most issues with incompatibility that you may see with other programs. It will also help with problems you may see with the Windows Installer. If you continue to have issues with the installer, you can use the offline installation from the Java website.
Java Not Found
If you know that you have Java properly installed, but you are getting a Java Not Found error message when you try to play games, this is usually an issue with the Norton Security program rather than Java itself. Norton will often identify some games as adware and not allow them to run. You can either reconfigure Norton to allow the site or you can temporarily disable the security to play your game, although you must remember to reactivate it when you are done.
If you aren’t sure whether Java is installed and running correctly on your computer, you can run an applet from the Java website that will confirm it for you.
Copying New Files
If you are attempting to download a new version of Java and it hangs at the Copying New Files section of the install, you may need to clean up the partial install and do an offline installation as detailed above. This appears to be caused by a slow or interrupted Internet connection, although the root is not clear. Java is aware of this issue, but hasn’t offered any other fixes at this time.
You may get an add-ons incompatibility error when trying to update Firefox. This is due to the Java 6.0 version which is incompatible with any Firefox version higher than two. Like many errors, the best fix for this is to uninstall and then reinstall the Java program.For most program errors to the Java program, completely uninstalling and then reinstalling Java either offline or through their download is the first step to trouble-free browsing.
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