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Cannot play javaranch's Roundup

 
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When I am clicking on roundup game in javaranch, iam
getting applet loaded. but questions are not displayed.
Can I know, why the questions are not displayed(not even the first one).
 
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It works for me... Lalitha, what browser do you use?
Maybe you can try to wait some more, it took a while to load an applet on my machine.
 
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Hi Lalitha...,
I have this problem too when i used ie5, so I installed Netscape, and it work's fine , I don't have a time to find out why, but my guess is on the configuration of my Java 2 Runtime Environtment (Java Plug-in).
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Hi Lalitha,
You need to have the JIT compiler turned on. In IE5, select Tools->Internet Options, click on the Advanced tab and scroll down until you can see the Java JVM options, there should be a checkmark beside JIT compiler for virtual machine enabled. If it isn't, click in the box to select it, click ok and close and restart IE5.
Hope that helps.
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