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problem uninstalling and installing Java

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Tamhbrih, Dec 26, 2010.

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  1. Tamhbrih

    Tamhbrih Thread Starter

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    Hi,
    I'm having a problem uninstalling Java 22 and installing 23 - only the 64 bit - I was able to install the 32 bit - am I doing something wrong. Can I go in and delete the registry entries to fix this and if so can someone guide me through this process - so I don't delete the wrong thing?:eek:

    Any help would truly appreciated

    Thank You
    Tammy
     
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    There's no need to uninstall Java 6 Update 22 prior to installing Java 6 Update 23. The new version overwrites and replaces the old version.

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  4. Tamhbrih

    Tamhbrih Thread Starter

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    Hi,
    I just tried the Javra link above and it wouldn't work - so I booted in safe mode and ran it!
    It tells me to stop Mozilla - but I'm not running Mozilla - I'm running ZoneAlarm ForceField!
    It was giving me an error code of 1723 and would not allow me to install at all! I searched for Mozilla on my computer and there are several browser files - I tried to delete one and it wouldn't let me - is there a cleaner to get these files off too??

    Thanks for your help!:)
    Tammy
     
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