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The first thing to try is to delete your Internet cache files.
If you're using Microsoft's Java, open an IE browser, go to Tools/Internet Options.
Click on the Delete Files in the Temporary Internet Files section. This will clear out space so that the games can download correctly.
If you're using Sun's Java, open an IE browser or Windows Explorer, and go to C:\Program Files\Java\jrex.x.x\bin, and double click "javacpl".
Next, if you're running java 1.5 or later, there's a "Temporary Internet Files" section, with a button that says "Delete Files". Clicking this clears the cache. If you're running any earlier java version, there's a "Cache" tab, which has a "Clear" button.
It can also help to make sure you have the latest version of Sun's Java, which is part of the IE browser and is needed to make the games work properly. You can download this directly from Sun Microsystems. Here's the link:
Many users on older operating systems such as Win 98 and Win ME have found that the Microsoft JVM works better with some of our games. If you are running one of these operating systems, and continue to have trouble after trying all our other troubleshooting tips, you may want to try installing the Microsoft JVM
Some older systems can benefit by closing other unneeded applications like email, music, or other browser windows.
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