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This is not an answer, but an addition:
I'm using jdk 1.4.2_02 with Mozilla 1.5 with the same error.
As far as I checked manually the installation looks good. The plugin was configured by the installer. But Mozilla is not able to start it and I get the message in the subject.
BTW: 1.4.2 worked well with the same browser.
Dum starto, estas legata tiu dosiero:
C:\Documents and Settings\toto\Application Data\Sun\Java\Deployment\deployment.properties
deployment.properties indikas la gxavaan version kiu estos lancxota:
Povas okazi ke vi instalis version 1.4.2_04. Tamen deployment.properties indikas version 1.4.2_02 !
Tiuj parametroj estas ankaux sxangxeblaj per "Control Panel".
En la "Advanced"parto, elektu "JRE 1.4.2_04" anstataux "Use Java Plug-in Default".
Musumu "Apply". Tiam deployment.properties estas sxangxata.
Nun reelektu "Use Java Plug-in Default" kaj musumu "Apply".
Nun la nova dosiero deployment.properties enhavas:
I've had the same problom, only clearing my cach in the control panel didn't work. I've had to tell the Java control Panel in the Browser tab that the Java(TM) Plug-in wil be used as the default Java Runtime in the following browse(s): Microsoft Internet Explorere. The control pannel than came up with a message that my IE already had a newer version of Jave and if I wanted it to be replaced? J just said Yes and now everything works fine. :-)
I found the problem I was having. First I cleared the cache as had been previously suggested. No Luck
Then I checked my configuration.The browser was pointing to the old jvm. When I updated, the old software was removed, but the browser was still pointing to the old location.
Open the Java Plug in, and "select" the correct jvm. My machine offered three choices.
I have this problem when trying to launch an applet - it turned out to be caused because we had disabled 8dot3 file name creation before installing. Switching 8dot3 back on and re-installing (or getting the system to recreate the 8dot3 names by copying the directory and renaming it) made it work.
I have tried this on several systems and it worked every time for me. We use NT but i suspect it will be the same for all MS operating systems.
Ok. I too get this /bin/hotspot/jvm.dll error. I was able to solve the problem by tweaking my system (windows) PATH variable.
I noticed that applet/plugin used to work fine (with 1.3.1, 1.4.2_XX etc versions), till I installed a Database product from one of the well known database vendors.
Sure enough, started getting the same problem.
In my case, the database vendor has/ships some ancient version of jre. The DataBase Vendor included the ancient JRE in the begining of the Path variable. My Applets stopped working. I remove the JRE directory from Path, Applets start working again.
Hope this helps....