There is a Java folder, java is also in the Common Files folder in Program Files. Also,use CCleaner for Issues and EasyCleaner for Registry. There is a better link over in Updates in Virus and security Issues forum down lower; also www.java.com/en may have it now
and at this is: http://www.filehippo.com/download_java_runtime/
My AVG (Free AVG 7.1) alerted me a few days ago about 10 Java *.zip files that were infected by virus and Troyan Horse.They were a series of files located in C:\Documents and Settings\myname\Application Data\Sun\Java\Deployment\cache\v1.0\jar\. AVG could not heal them. I tried to delete the entire Sun folder from there, uninstall Java and download it afresh from the web. Everything seems to work just perfect. However, AVG continues to alert me on the same list of "infected" files, and at the same location, although they don't exist there anymore (I checked, no Sun folder exists there now!). I uninstalled my AVG program, downloaded and installed Free AVG 7.5 instead, but still I get the same alert on every AVG-scan. How come, and how can I get rid of that? My computer details: Intel(R) Pentium(R)4, 3.0GHz, 0.99GB RAM, Physical Address Extension. OS: Windows XP Home ed. v2002, SP2.
Thanks in advance for any suggestion.