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You only need to delete that folder once to get rid of the old troublesome configuration settings. Then you can set the runtime parameter again. When you run your applet the JVM will automatically recreate the folder with the correct settings.
Yes your correct Mark, my problem was setting a parameter of -Xmx1024M, whereas it should be Xmx1024.
I will back you up. I am having the same or similarThanks indeed!
problem with 1.5.0. Thank you for the bugid link.
I just fixed my machine, thanks to the information in this thread, by deleting:
C:\Documents and Settings\Michael Trigoboff\Application Data\Sun
Thanks to those of you who figured this out. I spent way too much time searching for things like "jvm.dll" in the Windows Registry.
I also just added my comment to the bug which (discouragingly) is marked "Closed - not reproducible."
I told them they need to work harder!
I'm not a developer, just a plain old home user. My java stopped working completely. I uninstalled everything (regretfully now) and re-installed the latest plugin download. I'm dead in the water., with this "general exception" error. I don't know what the individual lines mean, but it looks like I'm "hitting a wall" with everything all down the line. If anyone is interested in seeing the complete error list, I would be happy to paste it up. This problem is universal with all of my browsers BTW.
I had only one jre (sun 1.5.0_06). Uninstalling and reinstalling did not work for me. But Andy, deleting the entire sun directory under C:\Documents and Settings\MyUserName\Application Data did solve this problem.
I have both IE and firefox, initially both were poping out the same error
message. After deleting the sun directory..It all works fine
Removing the C:\Documents and Settings\sjayapra\Application Data\Sun helped me too.
I was using JRE 1.5 VERSION 8.
Try changing these properties in your deployment.properties
javaplugin.jre.type=Default (or JRE), not JDK!!!!
javaplugin.jre.path=<Path to JRE>
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when I try to access the website I get a message, The java runtime environment cannot be loaded, or several java machines running.
Can you please explain to me in laymans terms how I can solve this problem?, I have uninstalled and re-installed java, but to no avail. I am not very computer literate but I can follow instructions when explained in step by step fashion. Thank you for your attention and hope you can help,
Best regards Clive.
i cannot install java i get a message java runtime environment cant be loaded
Does anyone have an answer for the problem: "The Java Runtime Environment cannot be loaded..." I am on a Windows XP platform, and don't understand.
I want also to confirm after several unsucessful attempts, and lots of frustration going round in circles, and geting many of the mentioned error messages,"Fatal error", "JRE cannot be loaded", "several virtual machines are running at the same time", I ended up as recommended here, deleteting the sun folder, and it did at long last work, and enabled access to the website I was aiming at.Great forum, thanks everyone!
HELLO!!1 TRY PUT RUNTIME ERROR 26 AT 7715441 STILL HAVE PROBLEM SEVERAL JAVA VIRTUALMCHINES RUNNING IN THE SAME PROCESS CAUSED AN ERROR HOW I CAN KEEP RUNTIME ON PLUG-IN JAVA GAMES SPADES PLEASE CAN YOU HELP ME SEND MAIL TO ME firstname.lastname@example.org THANK YOU VERY MUCH !!!
I had the same error "Java Plug-in Fatal Error - The Java Runtime Environment Cannot be Loaded" and additionally the errors below depending on what I did or trial pathways I took.
2. Error: "The execption Privileged Instruction (0xc00000096) occurred in application at location 0x04ac7f91"
3. Error : "Several Java virtual machines running in the same process"
FIX for Problem
I am running Win XP with Internet Explorer 7 here is what I did to solve the issue:
A. Use Control Panel to remove all Java software.
A1. I loaded the FoxFire for internet access (turned out this step is not required - because I believe that Win XP comes with Internet Exployer 6)
B. Used Control Panel to remove Internet Explorer 7
C. Then I reloaded the Java Runtime Environment (latest version)
This fixed the issues and Java worked
D. Re-loaded Internet Exployer 7 and Java still works.
A) For the first part of above message (jvm.dll error) -
a) Clear the Plug-in cache:
b) Clear the browser cache from:
c) Ensure JRE is registered with browser in use:
d) Ensure JRE is enabled through web browser:
Once all these conditions are met, restart the browser and run this testvm applet:
If the applet loads and display the JRE version information with dancing duke means JRE is installed and working fine on your system.
Now, for the 2nd part with an applet -
B) Error - Several Java virtual machines running in the same process:
See this forum entry/response -