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I was supposed to update Java. I tried with IE and Firefox. It kept failing. Then I tried via the WEM app and it seemed to work. I restarted my computer and I am still getting a Java error. When I try to reinstall, it says it’s installed. When I rewrite the installation, still it appears that I don’t have the right version installed. Please help.
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Hi

Download the Java uninstall tool here and reinstall after finish, chances are you back in business quickly.
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Also go to the Java site below, download the full (offline) 32-bit Java application to install after you have run the uninstall above.

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jre7-downloads-1880261.html

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thanks!
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