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Java Runtime Environment 6.0 Update 24


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<img src="http://www.nsanedown.com/images/logos/java.png" class="logo" alt="Java" title="Java" />The Java Runtime Environment (JRE) provides the libraries, the Java Virtual Machine, and other components to run applets and applications written in the Java programming language. In addition, two key deployment technologies are part of the JRE: Java Plug-in, which enables applets to run in popular browsers; and Java Web Start, which deploys standalone applications over a network. Users should install the 32-bit version if they are using 32-bit browsers. If you use both 32-bit and 64-bit browser interchangeably, you need a Java Plug-in for each browser. Hence you will need to install both 32-bit and 64-bit Java respectively.

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I thought it should be +3 for x64, but the old link had +2 so I used that. But thanks for the correction :)

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I don't know if anyone else is having issues with the 32bit Offline installation of this App, but I am. When I chose to untick automatic updates & clicked 'Ok' it (just the Java screen) FROZE & could only be gotten rid of by doing a HARD shut-down as a normal reboot was not possible. Thereafter, whenever I tried to load Java from control panel (to see if auto-updates was OFF), it failed to come up. Now I hope it doesn't go belly up when I visit a page where Java is needed.

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Okay.. have you checked your firewall and filtering settings for allowing javaw.exe or TCP Port 493?? from 127.0.0.1 ( Sun Java SE Binary ) to communicate wit that port as it does need to communicate with it when you close or make a change.. You may also look at clearing the files storages and temp files.. Whenever there is an update I always uninstall the whole thing and delete all directories in all accounts.. then reinstall it fresh and reset what settings I need to .. Reason for this is that in some cases when other files and other forms of the platforms are installed they can actually interfere with the proper operation.. causing several problem.. In your case when you uncheck the Check for Updates Automatically.. a small window should be popping up.. and allowed to .. so it could be several things that could be interfering with it and may need exclusions for it.. It could be the fault is triggering WerFault.exe as well.. which triggers logging and through the course of the event some systems lock up as they are consuming a lot of resources at the time..

Check your Event Viewer for any listed Errors or Warnings.. I would start by uninstalling all versions.. deleting all directories and installation for it.. by searching - can be in several areas depending on where it was installed and for what version numbers as well as JDK JRE so on.. ( possibly do a registry cleaning to be sure of entries for files deleted are all gone as well.. do a reinstall and check.. I would start at Firewall.. then I would check for Pop-Up or ad blockers or anything that you may have installed that could interfere.. in anyway.. Next would be looking for infections.. that could be trying to jack in.. or even a vulnerability that could be exploited on your system.. But that not it.. I mean.. there can be several causes to it.. corrupted files and other things.. Mine is working great.. and efficiently.. :D - with the exception of it kicking up the firewall for ESS when I close the Control Panel.

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