No java support for winXP pro??
I recently upgraded to win XP pro and now I cannot see the java I put on my webpage. Others can see it just fine. I can't find out how to get the java virtual machine plugged in this version of windows. I've tried to research the subject, and I read that microsoft considers java to be some kind of security problem, and they weren't planning to support it anymore, blah blah blah, so what am I supposed to do now? I just want the thing to work. Should I go back to my old windows, or is this the eventual path for java and I should just give it up?
Please email me if you can help explain...I want to know!!
need more instructions on what to do
The website url is www.pixieproduction.com/aric.htm
I can no longer see the script running, and I can't find the thing in my Internet Explorer 6 options to turn java on (like I used to have in the menu.) It isn't there.
thanks for the help,
XP pro/sp2 I want my JAVA back
I went to the url, and this is what I see:
alt="Your browser understands the <APPLET> tag but isn't running the applet, for some reason." Your browser is completely ignoring the <APPLET> tag!
My husband told me he installed XP pro service pack 2 updates and that has something to do with why I can't see the java, something about microsoft 'plugged security holes' and left the support for java out.
I just want to get the java back on my machine like it was before he 'updated' it for me...If you know about XP pro, the service pack 2 updates, and getting java to work under these conditions, please email me with help in the form of "Directions for Dummies"