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Williamson  Identity Verified
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Oct 9, 2007

Sometimes JVM will not load and sometimes it won't.
If JVM does not load I can not watch images in any program which uses Media Player 11.
Does anybody know that reason why? How do I remedy this?
My OS is WinXPSP2? Does this problem also occurs with Vista?


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Piotr Bienkowski  Identity Verified
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Try reinstalling Oct 9, 2007

Williamson wrote:

Sometimes JVM will not load and sometimes it won't.
If JVM does not load I can not watch images in any program which uses Media Player 11.
Does anybody know that reason why? How do I remedy this?
My OS is WinXPSP2? Does this problem also occurs with Vista?


The support department of a software vendor which is well known here used to tell me most of the time - reinstall. So my advice is: reinstall.

But no kidding here, reinstalling your JVM actually can fix the problem. Or try checking if a more recent release is available and try installing it instead.

HTH

Piotr


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Williamson  Identity Verified
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Already tried twice Oct 10, 2007

I already did, twice. To no avail.

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