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Removing Java 1.3.1

Posted on 2011-03-02
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I have a user on XP that had java 1.3.1, upgraded to 1.6 and XPSP3 still thinks they are running 1.3

Is there a process to remove all JAVA instances and allow for a fresh install?

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Did you try removing all Java from the add/ remove programs?  There is a Microsoft cleanup program that if the standard add/remove doesn't work.  after try re installing Java.
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rebuilt users profile to resolve
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unistaller never seemd to remove whatever Java was left
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