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I have a PC with Windows NT4.0 and Netscape 4.05.
When I ask an URL that start java, I see in the status line of Netscape "Starting java" and nothing happens!
My browser is suspended!
I have de-installed and re-installed Netscape 4.05 but
it's always the same problem.
So, I think it is perhaps a Win NT4.0 java problem!
How could I diagnostic and resolve that ??!!!
Thank you a lot!
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I've got the same problem... But it works fine rigth now !!!

You have to remove your previous installation of Netscape 4.05
WITH the "Add/Remove file" of your "Control Panel"

Then, you download Netscape Communicator 4.06 from a Netscape
site (for ex. http://cgi.netscape.com/cgi-bin/upgrade.cgi?cp=dev09cnow )

You install it... and It's work fine !!! (for me...)


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by:abrix
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Thank for your help ! I am going to do the same !
Bye
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