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Firefox and Java dont like each other?


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#1 nin_jas

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Posted 25 July 2005 - 11:29 AM

I share a PC with my brother. He runs IE, I prefer Firefox (v.1). My problem is, when I try to visit certain sites, sometimes FF freezes up and gives me the following error message:

The Java Runtime Environment cannot be loaded from <\bin\server\jvm.dll :blink:

What can I do about it? I usually have several tabs open at the same time, and it's very frustrating to lose data all because of that error. Any and all assistance will certainly be most appreciated.


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Posted 26 July 2005 - 12:14 AM

Have you re-installed moz yet? Also might go to Sun.java and download the latest platform. (which you may already have but may be some corupt files and that will fix it) Also off the subject a bit, you can tweak FF and make it the browser you read about. Type in the url about:config and click go. Scroll down to were you find Network.http.Max-connections.............................................16 Network.http.Max-connections-per-server.............................8 Network.http.Max-persistant-connections-per-proxy..............4 Network.http.Max-persistant-connections-per-server.............2 Network.http.pipelining.......................................................True Network.http.pipelining.maxrequest.....................................2 Cant remember if that last one, under the word true, defaults at 2 but doesnt matter.. you want to change them to.. from top to bottom respectively 48..16..8..4...true.. 32 exit browser, reopen it.. and now your smokin'

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#3 nin_jas

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Posted 02 August 2005 - 10:24 AM

Thank you so much :D it seems to have worked

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Posted 02 August 2005 - 08:56 PM

what do you mean by 'make it the browser you read about' ???

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Posted 03 August 2005 - 08:09 PM

I mean its slow-er with out being tweaked. Moz FF is supposed to be the fastest.. and it is once tweaked.

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