Java problem

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  1. tepe2

    tepe2 Registered Member

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    I try to refresh my computer. Update programs etc....

    I installed new version of Java. Downloaded from Java.com. But now I can not log into my bank. I hate Java.

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  3. tepe2

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    No, but when I go to the official site and click "Download Java for Consumers" I get redirected to java.com. So there should be no difference.

    I also get this:

    Verified Java Version
    Congratulations!
    You have the recommended Java installed (Version 7 Update 7).
     
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  5. tepe2

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    Thanks

    But did not resolve problem. Still the same. I also tried to go back to version 6, but did not make any difference.

    In my Firefox browser:

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  6. ronjor

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    You deleted the old certificates and reinstalled Java?
     
  7. tepe2

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    Yes I deleted trusted.certs. But no I did not reinstall. I will try now.
     
  8. tepe2

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    Reinstalled. Did not help. I also restarted computer. Did not help.
     
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    You have XP and Win 7, same on both computers?
     
  10. tepe2

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    XP on my desktop. Win 7 on notebook.
     
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    Both computers fail to get to your bank? Clear your cache in Firefox also.
     
  12. tepe2

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    Clear cache in FF did not help.

    I believe the problem is only on my desktop. Tomorrow I will try the laptop. Late now. Have to sleep. Thanks for trying to help me. Tomorrow I sure will find a solution.....I hope:)
     
  13. tepe2

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    Problem resolved!

    I removed Java from Control Panel. Then I deleted all Java and Sun folders I could find in Documents and Settings and its subfolders. Ran CCleaner. Restart computer. Downloaded and installed Java.

    The only difference from what I had already tried was that I found a few more folders to delete. Must have been one of these folders that caused the problem.

    It works now:)
     
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    Good job! :D
     
  15. The Red Moon

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    No problems with java at my end.i simply uninstalled it and it hasnt affected my computer at all.:argh: :ninja:
     
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