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Solved: Java(TM) Platform SE 6 U22 unresponsive, makes browser crash

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by needhelp87, Nov 25, 2010.

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  1. needhelp87

    needhelp87 Thread Starter

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    Hi! I've been having random crashes on my laptop for a couple of weeks now. First, I thought there is a problem with Google Chrome because that was the only program crashing. Then it started to happen with Firefox too. Today, just minutes ago, I got this error message: "The following plug-in is unresponsive: Java(TM) Platform SE 6 U22 Would you like to stop it?"

    It is really annoying, and happens almost every time I turn on my laptop and go on the internet. Sometimes it makes my computer freeze, nothing's working, not even the Task Manager...so I have to hard reboot.

    Is there any solution, what should I do?

    Thanks for the help in advance.
     
  2. kniht

    kniht

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    Have you tried uninstalling and then reinstalling Java?

    I might try downloading and running JavaRa (freeware) to uninstall older versions of Java, file reminents, reg. entries. Then reinstalling the latest Jave update which is U22.

    JavaRa can be downloaded here:

    http://sourceforge.net/projects/javara/

    May not work for you but won't hurt to give it a try.
     
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