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I went to Java after Revo Uninstaller told me I had two versions.  (I did not uninstall either).  Then I went to Java and it wanted to install the newest version (first) but did not give instructions to uninstall these two versions.


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You may verify your Java version from here. If you have out-of-date version of this software, please, run the uninstaller utility and download the latest version from here.
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Great! 

 

Installed the latest version which seems like it took care of version 51 then it uninstalled (automatically) version 65.  So now the two oldest versions are gone and the newest one is on the computer (Although since I have XP it was encouraging an upgrade the operating system since it says it would run but may not be fully functional.  However, it seems to run fine and now wiht only one version on the machine it takes up less space!

 

Thanks Valinorum!  And thanks for the tips also!


Edited by joseph456, 27 April 2015 - 10:11 PM.

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Great!

Do note that Microsoft has terminated the support for Windows XP and continuation with the product leaves you vulnerable to security exploits. You may consider reading the article: Windows XP - The Elephant In The Room.

Since you are facing no issue, I will close this topic as solved.

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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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