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Solved: Sun Java,.."More coffee please".

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Learner1, Apr 19, 2005.

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  1. Learner1

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    Is there a program to replace Sun Java to play games with?Virtual machine is just fine but it only works on my win98.Is there something I can buy to replace Suck Java please??Thank you!
     
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    I did go there and followed instructions carefully but when i tried to run it I got some kind of error message.Don't know if it was a majorgeeks issue or what.Some one posted this site in the GAMES section here and it works just great.The original MSJVM and when I down loaded it i went to Windows update and they even had updates for it.Here's the site and paople have told me there are security risks with this but isn't there security risks in Sun Java VM?Sun just plain sucks on this PC anyway.Thank you though for trying to help me out.http://www.cccco.edu/divisions/tris/java.htm
     
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    Thanks for posting back. We have a new link for the MSJVM, anyway. I haven't tried the MajorGeeks link, so can't say one way or the other.
     
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