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Windows 7: Can't Install Java on IE9

18 Mar 2011   #1
scnrfrq

Windows 7 64-bit
 
 
Can't Install Java on IE9

Java will not install on my 32-bit IE9 on my desktop PC. I was able to install it on my laptop though. It does work on my 32-bit mozilla browser too, so I know it's installed on my PC. How can I get java to install on IE9? I did disable activex filtering already.


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18 Mar 2011   #2
JMH

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. SP1.
 
 

You may need to uninstall older versions of Java before installing a new version. Check as per below
*Start button
*Programs,
*Control Panel,
*Programs and Features.
*Select Java from the list,
*Uninstall. You may need to provide Admin confirmation.
*Note- If more than one version of Java is listed, uninstall the older versions first.



To install Java in IE9.

*Open Internet Explorer
*Go to the Java.com website.
*Click the Free Java Download button, and then click Agree and Start Free Download.You may be prompted for administrator confirmation.
*On the Notification bar, click Run. Provide admin confirmation if necessary.
*Install.
*Close.
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19 Mar 2011   #3
scnrfrq

Windows 7 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by JMH View Post
You may need to uninstall older versions of Java before installing a new version. Check as per below
*Start button
*Programs,
*Control Panel,
*Programs and Features.
*Select Java from the list,
*Uninstall. You may need to provide Admin confirmation.
*Note- If more than one version of Java is listed, uninstall the older versions first.



To install Java in IE9.

*Open Internet Explorer
*Go to the Java.com website.
*Click the Free Java Download button, and then click Agree and Start Free Download.You may be prompted for administrator confirmation.
*On the Notification bar, click Run. Provide admin confirmation if necessary.
*Install.
*Close.
I have tried uninstalling java already. No luck - when I reinstall it, IE 9 still crashes on java test pages.
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