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I had a problem a while ago with my java not installing. however, it was fixed and I now have a complete installation. the only problem is that now, java does not work and I don't know how to configure it.
one thing I am noticing (I have tried playing around with it) is that when I go into the java control panel and then advanced- <applet> - Internet explorer is checked but mozilla/netscape is not. when I try to check mozilla, I get the following error:
"unable to change browser settings. please check that mozilla or netscape is properly installed on the system and/or that you have sufficient permissions to change system settings."

also, although the IE box is checked, java does NOT work with that browser either. java pop-ups don't load at all, when I try to click the links absolutely nothing happens.

there are no problems with my mozilla installation, and I know there's nothing wrong with netscape because I only downloaded it recently to see if I could use java with it.
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