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java support required

Posted on 2003-10-22
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hi guys!
  when i try to open a site i get the message
"This document requires Java support.
If your browser has Java enabled, reload this page."

i think there is problem in browser security settings.
can any body help me out please
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Question by:varungarg
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by:sunray_2003
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enable java in internet explorer

go to tools --> internet options --> security

click on internet and press custom

scroll down and enable java in the respective options

Also go toools --> internet options --> advanced and scroll down and enable all 3 under "microsoft VM"

Also download the latest Java  virtual machine for windows

Sunray
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Also check this thread and try doing the suggestions given there

http://oldlook.experts-exchange.com/Applications/Q_20770868.html

Sunray
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by:bkoehler-mpr
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Windows XP doesn't have a JVM (Java Virtual Machine) installed by default.

You can use the following page to check and see if you have Java installed/enabled
http://www.realapplets.com/help_java.asp

After finding you don't, download the Sun JVM from the following ("Get it now" button in the upper right):
http://www.java.com/en/index.jsp
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