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anyone know how too fix java? on an xp sp3.

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    ive uninstalled it, than reinstalled it, but nothing has changed.

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  2. rikner
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    do you mean the jre or jdk ?

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    i uninstalled jre, i was told it is not used anymore. so i guess im dealing with jrk

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    Use an IDE. For example, Eclipse IDE --> http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/

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    uninstall jdk and jre both completely. then download the latest JDK install it fresh. it will install jre also. then set path and classpath properly...

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    idk how to set paths

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    Which OS do you use? I am going to show you how to set them on Windows 7.. Start Menu-> Right click on computer->Properties->Advanced system settings->Advanced->Environmental Variables Then add the JRE's bin directory in the path of the system variables. Double click on path, don't change anything thats already der..Instead add C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_26\bin U must use semicolon before and after the entries..That's it.. Now go to command prompt and type javac..If it still says that the command is not recognizable.....let me knw..

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    im using xp

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