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Java Virtual Machine

After having my harddrive formatted by the computer store, I came home and loaded driver for my printer with the CD. I received the message; "Java Virtual Machine cannot be loaded. Class not Registered."
In spite of this printer is working. Do I have a problem with JVM?

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I encountered this awhile ago and it was some spyware that used the JVM to do its work. Have you done the usual Adaware, Spybot, Cwshredder and Housecall scans?

Bob

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Bob, After bringing my computer home from being formatted, I did Norton Av scan, AVG scan, AdAware and Spybot. Inasmuch as my hard drive was just formatted, is it possible that i would have a spyware problem?

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If you used Internet Explorer then the answer is "Yes, you could." You should look up STARTER in the search of these forums. With that tool you can see all the startup items and look into what each does.

Bob

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Have you installed Sun's Java yet? www.java.com --> click on Get It Now.

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