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walkerdt

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I am running IE9 on an Inspiron 1545 with Windows 7 64bit. I started getting a Scripting error when I launched IE and on some web pages the page would not completely display. I reinstalled Java and the scripting error disappeared but some of the web pages still do not fully display.
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Hi Walkerdt!!

Please get and run javara by Fred De'Vries and Paul McClean, the older version will do. It is here: http://majorgeeks.co...vaRA_d5982.html

Remove the old parts of java as they pose a security threat to your machine!

The senior membors of this forum will not mind if I post this link... (I think and hope) as the tool still works!!

It is unfortunate that the creators of Ra have delineated!

Sincerely.
-Mel
Live long and prosper!

Edited by Melvin_Deal, 22 December 2011 - 12:08 AM.

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walkerdt

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Ran javara and removed old parts of java, no change!

Edited by walkerdt, 22 December 2011 - 10:47 PM.

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What exactly is this error?
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Here are some of the specs on the machine.

Sincerely,
-Mel
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I am no longer getting the error message; do not remember exactly what it said. The error message went away when I reinstalled Java but some web pages still do not display completely!
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Hi -
Do you know what version of Java is installed ??
It should be Version 7 Update 1 to be current -

Please post a snapshot with Speccy -
How to Publish a snapshot with Speccy
This will help us check if your system is up to date -

Thank You -
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You can verify the version of Java you are running here: http://www.java.com/...d/installed.jsp

Although if you ran Ra it will be the newest version I suspect!

Speccy will allow us to see your system internals... and a few services(those you would see in the task manager anyway) under your processor.

Your RAM is extremely limited as you self report! See attached screenshot!

Sincerely,
-Mel
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Edited by Melvin_Deal, 30 December 2011 - 11:44 PM.

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I am running JAVA 6.0

Speccy snapshot attached!
I have also tried restoring to a previous,(30 days old),System Restore Point and still having the problem.

Edited by walkerdt, 03 January 2012 - 08:36 PM.

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Screenshot did not attach!
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Okay Walker,

Try the non beta version of JavaRa to update and remove the older versions! Please see attached screenshot. It is here: http://raproducts.or...dpress/software

Use the update function inside JavaRa to update from the Sun website. Then utilize the removal tool to rid your system of 6. Then run the Java version checker from my earlier post.

Then post back!

Sincerely,
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Edited by Melvin_Deal, 03 January 2012 - 09:27 PM.

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Unable to run update from JavaRa, when I click on the update the web page does not fully load. Tried to attach screenshot but am unable to attach or insert any files to my posts.

Speccy snapshot available at:

http://speccy.pirifo...R1eJzAg0ITwDad4

Edited by walkerdt, 04 January 2012 - 09:54 PM.

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Hi Walker Dt, I suspect you have the newest version of java: Recommended Version 6 Update 30. The link to insure that you do is here: http://www.java.com/...load/manual.jsp use the one at the top (Windows online).

Then utilize JavaRa to only remove the older versions of Java.

Is it that you are unable to upload a screenshot, or something else?

What is your current software configuration? (Antivirus/antimalware etc. that may be running scripts?)

P.S. I will look at your Speccy file soon, don't know what I may see but will help anyway I can... I encouraged you to find a way to post it bacause of an earlier request by another member to see it!

Sincerely,
-Mel
Live long and prosper!
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Hi Walker Dt, I suspect you have the newest version of java: Recommended Version 6 Update 30. The link to insure that you do is here: http://www.java.com/...load/manual.jsp use the one at the top (Windows online).

Then utilize JavaRa to only remove the older versions of Java.

Is it that you are unable to upload a screenshot, or something else?

What is your current software configuration? (Antivirus/antimalware etc. that may be running scripts?)

P.S. I will look at your Speccy file soon, don't know what I may see but will help anyway I can... I encouraged you to find a way to post it because of an earlier members request.

I have only recently applied for training at GeekU to become a Malware Fighter. I am somewhat knowledgeable but not fully trained. I will offer this advisement with sureness that you will receive a response. Please send a PM (Private Message to big red N avatar in earlier post on this thread <noknojon>)... who is currently enrolled at GeekU, and request that he continue looking at your thread. :thumbsup: I do not think I should post on this thread more as the greater help for all will be if I stop. (I do wish to be trained and by advising without training my application will be denied!).

Helping as much as I can!!

Sincerely,
-Mel
Live long and prosper!

Edited by Melvin_Deal, 05 January 2012 - 09:53 PM.

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Hi -
Are you doing all the updates with the ADMIN account, or a USER account.
You need to "Run as Administrator" when updating items related to the computer.

Also try to update many items with your C.A. antivirus disabled, as this may block some content.

Thank You -
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