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How would I go about getting Java Virtual Machine on Windows XP Pro if I could not get Service Pack 1?
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  1. go to <A HREF="http://java.sun.com" target="_new">http://java.sun.com</A> and get JVM.
    may i ask why cant you get sp1? is it because you are using that winxp pro corp. edition with that common cdkey? if thats the case go to <A HREF="http://forumz.tomshardware.com/software/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=25977#25977" target="_new">http://forumz.tomshardware.com/software/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=25977#25977</A>

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  2. Even if you manage to install service pack 1. I suggest that you get the JVM of sun, it is much better than microsoft XP preinstall JVM.

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  3. Is Sun's Java truely better than M$ VM - opinions please.


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  4. ahhh dont know... i think there isnt any difference. I mean, all you would need jvm for is to load java applets, games ,etc and they both do the trick just fine. its like asking whether you should use a imation or a memorex cd to burn your stuff.

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    My computer is so fast it proves the theory of relativity wrong... :eek:
  5. In my opinion Sun's is better. It is more reliable and a couple of programs need it to run(ex.: eclipse). Also it is much better for programming.

    In ancient times they had no statistics so they had to fall back on lies
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