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Java Virtual Machines running in the same process caused an error.

Posted on 2007-04-06
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MCSE 2005.

Accessing a web site and it goes to run a plugin and I get a Java Plug-in Fatal Error. Several Java Virtual Machines running in the same process caused an error.

Any suggestion on how to fix this.

Thanks,

Steve
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steveurich,

What browser are you using?  Reinstall the Java Runtime Environment
http://www.java.com/en/download/index.jsp
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Here's what I did to fix that problem.  In XP, go to Control Panel, Java, General Tab, under the temporary internet files section, click "View."    Show: Resources and highlight all items in the cache by clicking on the top one and then pressing Ctrl, Shift, and end.  Then hit the delete key (or the red x, either way).  If you have a lot of items in your java cache, as I did, it may take a bit of time.  When it is finished, click OK, then close your browser, and restart it.  This did the trick for me, and had the added benefit of causing my browser to run much faster.
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