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Error loading java applet in windows xp sp2 home edition(IE 6.0)

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Hi,
          I m facing this problem.Error loading my applet in windows xp sp2 home edition IE 6.0.JRE installed is 1.5.0_06.

I had tried the following to fix the problem.Nothing helped.

1.In Internet explorer advanced option unchecked the java and checked all Microsoft VM , close browser and open-same error still.
http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=384170&start=15

2.Uninstalled the JRE,reboot and reinstall the very old version 1.4.1_02. Same error . Red cross.
http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=697325

3.Deleted the folder C:\documents and settings\user\applicationdata\sun,same error
http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=551921&tstart=180

I tried the above since it all mentioned in the above forums links, but nothing helped to fix the applet fail loading red cross problem.

So I turned towards the experts here.Can anyone help me in this?

Thanks and Regards,
Nagarajan S
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by:dttri
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Greetings,
You can check your security setting to see if the current setting anable applet to run.
Tools/Internet Options/Security tab/Internet/Custom Level
Look for the Scripting option and See if "Scripting of Java applets" eanble or not.
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Enabled.
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>> In Internet explorer advanced option unchecked the java and checked all Microsoft VM , close browser and open-same error still

Install Java 1.5, uncheck the Microsoft VM options and check the Java (Sun) - Use JRE 1.5.06 for applet option if that is the version you want to use.
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What does the java console say?
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By debuging the java console message , I was able to fix the problem.Thanks.
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