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    Default Java won't work with Chrome

    I use Chrome rather than IE. Recently I got an error message when I tried to deposit a check online.
    It said that I needed up get a newer version of Java than 6.10, so I downloaded 7u51.
    When I tried to deposit the check again, Chrome asked if I wanted to run the app, and I said yes, but that took me back to the download link again.
    I spent almost an hour with my bank experts, but they were unable to solve the problem.
    When we tried it on Internet Explorer, it worked fine.
    Later, I discovered that on the Java Control Panel under the Default Browser for Java, it has only IE and Mozilla, with the IE being checked and greyed out.
    I'm assuming that's why the problems on Chrome, even though up until a few days ago, I was able to deposit checks using Chrome-Java.
    Any help you can provide would be appreciated, as I really prefer to work with Chrome rather than IE.
    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Java won't work with Chrome

    I'm going to guess that the binaries of Chrome and the runtime you installed do not match up; one is 32 bits, the other is 64 bits. So no Java plugin can be found for your browser, the runtime and the browser need to match up.
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    Default Re: Java won't work with Chrome

    Quote Originally Posted by gimbal2 View Post
    I'm going to guess that the binaries of Chrome and the runtime you installed do not match up; one is 32 bits, the other is 64 bits. So no Java plugin can be found for your browser, the runtime and the browser need to match up.
    I'm not sure I understand what you're saying.
    I did download the 64 bit Java, and it wouldn't work.
    Later I tried it with the 32 bit Java, and it still didn't work.

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    Default Re: Java won't work with Chrome

    Well I would guess that chrome would have to change for it to work but you could use firefox. Its my favorite.

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    Default Re: Java won't work with Chrome

    Quote Originally Posted by ECKJR View Post
    I'm not sure I understand what you're saying.
    I did download the 64 bit Java, and it wouldn't work.
    Later I tried it with the 32 bit Java, and it still didn't work.
    If you would have said that earlier I wouldn't have had to make a false guess then.
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