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Solved: Java plug in problem

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by badgerr, Feb 1, 2007.

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  1. badgerr

    badgerr Thread Starter

    Mar 29, 2005

    Several months ago I had problems with XP that required a reinstall. Since that time, I am unable to access plugins. I receive a message: "you must have a java plugin installed and enabled". I have run the Sun program which verifies that the latest version is installed. When I check security settings everything seems to be enabled. I uninstalled/reinstalled java plug in several times and the java coffee cup appears in the system tray (two of them, one for I.E., one for Firefox. This only happens in I.E. 6. Java plug ins work fine in Firefox.

    Any ideas/suggestions appreciated.
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