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Posted on 2004-10-08
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Windows 2000 box.

I uninstalled Microsoft's VM using the RunDll32 command.

I then installed Java's VM.

Application "Track-it" is now misbehaving and I think it may need Microsoft's VM.

So, I looked on Microsoft's site about how to reinstall their VM and the only thing I found was to do sfc to replace system files.  That didn't do the trick.

How do I reinstall Microsoft's VM?
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Question by:tituba2
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I've found some compatibility problems with the publicly available version of Java (the latest one) and have also had to revert to MS's version.  It used to be on their website but they had to take it down.  

Try this one here:
http://www.download.support.safetec.net/msjavx86/

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adonis1976 earned 125 total points
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u can download ms virtual machine from here

http://www.mapsco.com/downloads/msjavx86.exe
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