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    Default HELP -- Java Applets ClassNotFound!!

    Ok, so I've seen a lot of people post about this error, but it always seems to be when they are making their own programs. I am having this problem whenever I try to access applets on the web. I am able to make programs and run them on my computer(using DrJava and Eclipse) and the programs seem to work. However, when I try to go onto any website that would have a java applet (such as How do I test whether Java is working on my computer?) i get an "Error. Click for details." message where the applet should be. If I click it I get this:HELP -- Java Applets ClassNotFound!!-java-error.png

    I have tried uninstalling every java update, including my jdk and jre, and also deleted the java files from the registry. I then re-installed jdk and jre (but i got messages saying they were already installed and if I would like to re-install), so I am able to program and play games like minecraft, but when I went onto my internet browsers they asked me to install a plugin, which I did. Then it brought me right back to the "Error. Click for details." message.

    Any ideas as to what would fix it, or if you have fixed this before, what should I do?
    i am a computer science major and my teacher said that he had a student with the same problem last year who eventually just ended up re-installing windows... I really don't want to do that.

    Any help is greatly appreciated! Thank you all!

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    Default HELP -- Java Applets ClassNotFound!!

    Ok, so I've seen a lot of people post about this error, but it always seems to be when they are making their own programs. I am having this problem whenever I try to access applets on the web. I am able to make programs and run them on my computer(using DrJava and Eclipse) and the programs seem to work. However, when I try to go onto any website that would have a java applet (such as How do I test whether Java is working on my computer?) i get an "Error. Click for details." message where the applet should be. If I click it I get this:
    HELP -- Java Applets ClassNotFound!!-java-error.png

    I have tried uninstalling every java update, including my jdk and jre, and also deleted the java files from the registry. I then re-installed jdk and jre (but i got messages saying they were already installed and if I would like to re-install), so I am able to program and play games like minecraft, but when I went onto my internet browsers they asked me to install a plugin, which I did. Then it brought me right back to the "Error. Click for details." message.

    Any ideas as to what would fix it, or if you have fixed this before, what should I do?
    i am a computer science major and my teacher said that he had a student with the same problem last year who eventually just ended up re-installing windows... I really don't want to do that.

    Any help is greatly appreciated! Thank you all!

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    Default Re: HELP -- Java Applets ClassNotFound!!

    Read the Forum Rules -- especially the second paragraph. I've merged the two threads.

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