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tomeee

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I deleted Java by mistake and now when i reboot, it says missing a file called javasup.vdx and I should reinstall or the application associated with it but I cant find the file or what application that associated with it. It tells me on boot up to press any button and eventually windows starts up but its very agrivating to have to hit return a few times when you reboot. Where can i find this file to download and reinstall or the application or what can i do?
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It's in the system folder, but I don't know what cabinet file it is in.
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Tks bud but it wont be there eh? Like I deleted it so do I have to find the applicaton in system folder and reinstall that? tks a lot tho, Bless ya.
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Tks bud but it wont be there eh? Like I deleted it so do I have to find the applicaton in system folder and reinstall that? tks a lot tho, Bless ya.

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yOU NEED TO EITHER EXTRACT IT FROM A CABINET FILE IN YOUR COMPUTER OR IN THE INSTALLATION DISK AND SEND IT TO THE SYSTEM FOLDER, OR DOWNLOAD IT FROM THE WEB AND COPY IT TO THE SYSTEM FOLDER.

Sorry about the caps, I accd had caps lock on. Not meaning to yell.

Edited by Tyger, 24 June 2005 - 09:27 PM.

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Honest mistake my friend and tks so much for the help. Blessings.
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