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    Default Help please.

    Hello.. I recently deleted java (apparently not the smartest thing), and I can't seem to get it back. When I try to re-install it, it tells me "Error applying transforms. Please verify tht the specific transform paths are valid."

    Now I am not the smartest at computers, but I do know my way around.

    If you can help at all, please do so. Thank you :)

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    Check this to solve your problem:

    Error Applying Transforms - 1.5.0, 6.0

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    I did try all of those options, none of them working. I'm not sure if I did it wrong, or if I still have files on my computer? :(

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    I checked it a little bit. As far as i see, it is already not solved completely by Sun engineers. So you seem to be unlucky on this. May be there will be a complete solution later.

    Actually, these things happens on software world. My laptop comes with Vista and because of possible driver problems (it is a new laptop model) i had to use Vista. And while i am opening new folders, time to time, explorer crashed and the message box opened never disappears again until i restart. As far as i see, Microsoft did not develop a solution for this yet either. So i am hoping to have a solution in a future service pack.

    What can i say. Good luck. :(

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