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Homepage comments: webmaster Last update: August 2011
If you do not see buttons on the left of this screen please check the following: If you're running IE 6 or 7 on your brand-new Windows XP machine, you might not have a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) installed. The JVM is the
software that actually executes Java applets, but, thanks to a little
legal tussle between Sun and Microsoft, it isn't part of Windows XP. A number of
PC companies have gone ahead and preinstalled the JVM for you, but if you
buy from a company that did not install the JVM or if you bought XP at
retail and installed it on a clean hard drive, you didn't get the JVM.
To fix this problem please visit this link to download Sun Java Virtual Machine
If after a succesful instalation of JVM you can not see or use the buttons
you will have to contact your local network administrator: security measures
enforced in your place could be blocking the download of Java applets.
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