How do I enable Java on XP pro?

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  1. addifan

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    I looked where it is listed for '98 and I didn't see it. I thought it was enabled but I went to a website that requires java and it wasn't working.
     
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    what do you need if you are not plannin on programming, just running?
     
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    Everyone has done a fine job providing a link to download it, but fail to explain that it's not part of the OS anymore which was why you couldn't find it like in Win98. Service Pack 1 initially had it, but with the lawsuits they yanked it and re-released a version without it (SP1a).

    Just so you know...
     
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    Does that really matter? He wanted Java, we gave it. :dunno:
     
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    For me there is a redeeming factor in going the extra mile when helping someone. He may have not cared for the extra information, but that doesn't necessarily mean someone else won't benefit from it. Many a times I have learned about other functions or features about a product because someone went that 'extra mile'.

    It couldn't hurt...
     
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    It just sounds weird coming from somebody that calls themselves "The Bastard". :bigthumb:

    From the original post, it seems that the person doesn't care about the logistics. The Sun/MS BS is probably foreign to them. All they want is a solution to their problem. Of course I could be wrong, but from that first post this is what I gathered. :dunno:
     
  14. The Bastard

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    I see your point, but again someone who might otherwise not know about it and read this would be better knowing. Who knows, it may have the 'pay it forward' effect. I'm also not a regular on here, so the having 5 or 6 people just pasting links after links of virtually the same thing seems like the work of automotons.

    Go to a site like sharkyforums.com and you'll see what I mean by the 'extra mile'.
     
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    All of the regulars are just scripts. The AI is quite advanced, but still not ready for full implementation. I will warn you though; the main forum is infested with pre-alpha scripts. Not something for the faint of heart. ;)
     

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