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: How & Where can I download a Third Party JAVA

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June 2, 2004 8:45:12 AM

Hi,

I have Windows XP ( Home ) Operating System that I got with my DELL System.

I visit a site Daily which offers me JAVA Based Stock Market Charts. For last 3-4 days I am not able to download such charts and get the following message when I try to do so.


http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/getosver/javaxp.msp...

Internet Explorer
No Java Installed
Published: November 26, 2002

The page you are trying to view requires the installation of a Java virtual machine on your computer. The Microsoft Virtual Machine for Java (MSJVM) is no longer included in Internet Explorer. A third-party Java virtual machine is required and must be installed separately. For more information see http://www.microsoft.com/java.

What should I do?

Is there a site where I can Download Java Virtual Machine for free?

Would somebody please give URL to such a site?

Please Help.

Thank You,
Greg

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June 2, 2004 10:47:58 AM

Go to www.sun.com and follow the links. You have to register (free) to get it.





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June 2, 2004 10:55:29 AM

<A HREF="http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp" target="_new">Sun Java Virtual Machine</A>

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Mubashar

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June 2, 2004 2:56:08 PM

Hi,

I have a real slow Dial Up Connection and I don’t know how big the Download is in MB and how complicated the installation is.

Although it says 1.5 MB at one place but then it says I have to stay connected and it will fetch all the files so are there more files besides 1.5 MB and if yes any idea as to approximately how many MBs? This is really important because it takes almost 15 Minutes to download one MB and I am very lucky if I can stay connected for 30 minutes before I get disconnected either by my isp or power outage.

I am no computer expert so please tell me the easiest way to accomplish this.

Thank you so much.
Greg
June 2, 2004 3:21:31 PM

If you have a slow internet connection then don't opt for online installation in which setup installs files directly form the web server. Instead, you are better to choose the offline installation option....on the same page I refered you in my previous post. The whole package is about 15MB. So considering 1MB per 15 minutes, it might take as long as 3.45 hours. If you are suffering from frequent disconnection problems, then you will be happy to use a third party boot manager like <A HREF="http://www.getright.com/" target="_new">Getright</A> or <A HREF="http://www.amazesoft.com/index.htm" target="_new">FlashGet</A>. These boot managers will provide you the luxury of resuming your broken downloads in case of disconnections.

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Mubashar

<font color=red><i>"All delays are dangerous in war."</font color=red></i>
June 3, 2004 1:38:33 PM

Thank You All.

I don't know why it downloaded may be 4 to 5 MB total while online but it worked.

What I don't understand is when I visit that site it still asks me to download approximately 17 KB of Java Virtual Machine which it used to do before anyway but I don'tmind it.

Just curious and willing to learn if someone can Visit this site and click on yellow icon and explaine me what's really going on.

http://www.tradesignals.com/quotes/java.php

You guys helped 100% and I am back in business.

I do appreciate it.

Kind Regards
Greg

<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by gregg on 06/03/04 09:45 AM.</EM></FONT></P>
June 4, 2004 10:46:00 AM

Don't know what site you were on, gregg, but I have the Sun Java package installed and I don't get any yellow icon on that page at all. And no errors. Of course i'm not signed up as a member, so that may be a factor.






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