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I have Internet Explorer 6 installed on my system. While opening some of the sites it gives me a message "Your browser does not support Java".

JDK is installed on my system (at "c:\jdk") but I think JVM from "c\:Program files" got uninstalled.

Please let me know how to enable Java.
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try going to the Java control panel and enable it there

though you may need to reinstall
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Go here, and then click "Free Java Download"
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>>JDK is installed on my system (at "c:\jdk") but I think JVM from "c\:Program files" got uninstalled.

You need to install the Java Plugin, which works with browsers. The JDK is for development:

http://javadl.sun.com/webapps/download/AutoDL?BundleId=31620
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