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Java does not work at all on this computer.  It was working then stopped.  It happened after an update.  Tried everything I could think of
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last month apple blocked java 7 browser plugin due to security concerns

http://www.macrumors.com/2013/01/31/apple-once-again-blocks-java-7-web-plug-in/
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all  your suggestions helped me find the problem.  the browser was i was using was 32 bit.  i had to use the one that was 64 bit and it was solved.  Your troubleshooting led me to it using different browsers.

thanks again.
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