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blondie76

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Hi everyone,


I have an Acer Aspire 5735
Intel® Pentium®Dual CPU T3200 @ 2.00GHz 2.00GHz
2.0GB

I am using Windows Vista Home Premium
and have service pack 2

I have IE 8, firefox 3 and google chrome as browsers.

I have only had the comp for a few months. The Java was already installed on this comp when I got it.

I am having a problem with my java. I went to a java test here: javatester.org and it says I have Java Version: 1.6.0_13 from Sun Microsystems Inc.

Then I clicked on the javascript button on that page and it says: Your web browser is IE 8 and Your web browser supports JavaScript version 1.3

Since most of this is greek to me, I am asking for your help.

I have realplayer superpass and when I try to download the system mechanic, which is free for realplayer superpass members, I can't finish the download because it tells me:

microsoft JScript compilation error

I have also got this error:

Microsoft Jscript compilation error - expected ';'

Should I get rid of IE8? If so how do I do that.

Should I get rid of Java and install an earlier version? If so how do I do that.

Thanks in advance for any help.
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starjax

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actually,I would suggest you install a newer version. go to http://java.com/ and follow the instructions.
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okay did that, the same thing happens. thought I would try the error console on firefox. this is some of what it said. I dont know if this helps or not.

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Edited by blondie76, 22 June 2009 - 09:33 PM.

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