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Removing j2sdkee1.2.1  RSS feed

 
Mary Taylor
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Are there any "gotcha's" when removing j2sdkee1.2.1 so that I can install the latest j2sdkee1.3.1?
Thanks,
Betty
 
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If you can not uninstall it, then you can get into the registry of the OS to delete all related to
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raj sekhar
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Which OS are you speaking about(maybe win) but Unix does it clean !
Raj
 
Mary Taylor
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OS is Windows2000 Server. I'm not terribly skilled in editing the registry although not a newbie either. What entries must I delete to have a clean install of 1.3.1?
 
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You shouldn't have to delete anything from the registry. Do an uninstall then do an install of the newer version.
 
Bashir Mirzad
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Hi dear!
If you want to delete the sub folder and you can't do that,
go to the Control Panel/Administrative Tools/Services then stop all the serveces depend on the folder which you want to delete. ofter that you can delete that folder, and you can reinstall.
hope it work and help
Bashir
[This message has been edited by Bashir Mirzad (edited December 07, 2001).]
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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