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I installed Java JRE 64 bit but it's not being seen by the Verify Java Tester App

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This morning I reinstalled Java 64 bit on my computer after getting the keyboard to work again.

However, when I go to various websites it says that I still need to install java.  What's the problem ? Is security too tight?

Please advise.

Thanks

Phil
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I uinstalled the JRE 64 bit version and downloaded the offline installer.   I was then able to install the JRE correctly this time.

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