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Solved: JAVA Deployment toolkit 6.0.190/4 6.0/190.4

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  1. shetawk

    shetawk Thread Starter

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    Pop-up said, "Firefox has determined that the following add-ons are known to cause stability or security problems.

    JAVA Deployment toolkit 6.0.190/4 6.0/190.4

    For your protection, it is highly recommended that you restart with these add-ons disabled."

    I have 3 JAVAs and none are named "deployment toolkit". Have java.exe, javaw.exe, javaws.exe.

    If this is a problem/threat, how do I solve it?

    Thank you ST
     
  2. hewee

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    You sure you install the right Java?

    http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp

    Look and there are the "Java SE Development Kit" versions also.

    You want "Java Platform, Standard Edition", JDK 6 Update 20, (JRE).

    Note: To develop Java applications and applets, you need the JDK (Java Development Kit), which includes the JRE.

    So you want Download JRE

    Get the JavaRa to help you uninstall the java and clean things up. Then install the Download JRE
    http://raproducts.org/
     
  3. shetawk

    shetawk Thread Starter

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    OK, I did it. Thank you so much. ST
     
  4. hewee

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    Yes the "Download Windows Binary (.zip file)"

    Then unzip and click on the JavaRa.ex and it runs the program and no install is made. Pick what you want to do and then you can go the the root of C: drive and your see a JavaRa.txt file that shows everything that was done.

    Reboot your computer and then install the new Java.

    Going to bed so see yea later.
     
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