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Problems loading Round up applet

 
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Hi,
I am trying to run the "Round Up" program but I keep getting a class not found error while it tries to load the applet.
Can you please give me some suggestions as to how I can fix this problem.
Thanks,
Anthea
 
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Please provide us with more info. Which OS, which browser are you using? Which JDK do you have installed?
 
Anthea Blake
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Hi,
I am runnung MS Windows 2000 Professional Ed.
I have JDK 1.3 installed
Thanks,
Anthea
 
Anthea Blake
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Hi,
I am using Microsoft IE 5.0
Thanks
 
Marilyn de Queiroz
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Hmmm. Is it jdk1.3.1? If so, have you disabled the java plug-in under Tools, Internet Options, Advanced, "Use Java2 v 1.3.1 for < applet >??
 
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I'm not able to replicate any problems using various browser and JVM combinations.
 
Anthea Blake
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Thanks for your help.
I disabled the jdk 2 v1 option in the internet options and everything works fine now.
Thanks again. :-D
 
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