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IE 6.0, JAVA, and connection speed problems


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Newmatolage

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You recently helped me remove the aurora popup. Since then I have had a number of other problems. I can not run yahoo games appelets and some other JAVA applications, but some JAVA applications do work. I have errors trying to reinstall JAVA, such as "invalid drive E:\" where i have no E drive. Windows update will not run. I have gone through all my internet options, reset them, and all my connection settings. My internet speed has dramaticall dropped capping at about 30kb/s and many pages won't load at all. I can;t find my recovery CD to reformat the hard drive. Please help.

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What kind of Java are you trying to reinstall? Is the the JRE from Sun? I've had trouble reinstalling it by opening the file from the web site, on a couple of occasions I've had to download the complete file, about 15mb, to the machine and run it from there.
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Yes I've tried the online and offline installation options. I know it's important to remove java before you attempt to reinstall. There are no JAVA programs on my add/remove programs list and ive deleted all folders i could find, but a few JAVA apps still run, such as the video on the Sun webpage.

Edited by Newmatolage, 04 September 2005 - 03:30 PM.

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