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Java 6 version 22

Do others have a copy of the
java.exe
javaw.exe
javaws.exe

showing in C:\Windows\System32
and
in
C:\ProgramFiles\Java\JRE 6\bin

I have never seen this before, these files showing in 2 locations. Only with this recent java update, which I installed from the java site itself

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Try it.

Uninstall Java, delete those and reinstall.

I can't tell if they are exactly the same here since I'm on Windows 7 64 bit.
Bob

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Just for fun.

Uninstall Java, then check for those. Delete and reinstall it.

I can't check it because I'm on Windows 7 64 bit and the files land slightly differently.
Bob

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Just for fun.

Uninstall Java, then check for those. Delete and reinstall it.

I can't check it because I'm on Windows 7 64 bit and the files land slightly differently.
Bob

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Just for fun....

Uninstall Java, then check for those. Delete and reinstall it.

I can't check it because I'm on Windows 7 64 bit and the files land slightly differently.
Bob

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Try it....

Uninstall Java, delete those and reinstall.

I can't tell if they are exactly the same here since I'm on Windows 7 64 bit.
Bob

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