October 3, 2008
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A Java compatible browser is important to have in order to fully take advantage of many websites on the Internet. Games, file transferring and sharing are just 2 forms of interactive Java applets you will find on websites. In order to have a Java compatible Internet browser you must download and install the Sun Java browser plug-in.
[adblockingdetector id=”1″]Please Note: I am using the Firefox browser in this tutorial but the method used to install the Java browser plug-in will work for all versions of Internet Explorer, Opera and Safari web browsers.
Sometimes you might not be sure if the Sun Java plug-in installed correctly. The article and video tutorial below will teach you how to test to see if the Java plug-in installed correctly… How-To Test to see if the Sun Java plug-in installed correctly.
The following Sun Java plug-in video tutorial will guide you through the following steps…
1. Find the Sun Java browser plug-in
2. Download the Java plug-in
3. Install the Java plug-in Here is the Java download link for Windows XP, Vista, 7 & 8: https://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp
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How to Fix Java Error Code 1719 in Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Actually this will fix other Java errors too 🙂
Step 1: Download & Install IOBit Uninstaller, the free version.
Step 2: Use IObit Unstaller to thoroughly uninstall anything related to “Java” and “Sun Java” on your computer. Uninstall anything it recommends you uninstall. In the middle of the process it will bring up a lot of Java files with check boxes beside them. Check all boxes and uninstall/delete them.
Step 3: Restart your computer
Step 4: Manually install Sun Java on your computer. Download it here https://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp
———– Download the “Windows Offline (32-bit)” version. Yes, even if you have a 64-bit operating system. Most browsers we use are 32-bit as of this writing.
Step 5: When Java is fully installed, restart your computer one last time.
Step 6: Open up your webs browser and test to see if Java installed correctly at this Java Test page http://www.java.com/en/download/help/testvm.xml