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This is probably a silly question but I can't get applets to run in my browser. I have the 1.42 SDK installed (everything that came with JBuilder 9) but on pages that require java, I am prompted to get the plug in from sun. When I start the installation, it's appears that I am downloading the whole SDK again. I think what I need to do is just change a setting in my browser somewhere so that it can find my JRE. I am using IE 6.0.2800.
 
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If you have the Java Plug-In installed correctly, you can configure it by:
Open up the Control Panel. There should be an icon for the Java Plug-In. Open it up and select the tab marked "Browser". Select your browser from the list and click on "Apply".
 
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I didn't have it installed correctly. I installed it and harmony has been restored. Thanks for your help.
 
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