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Even disabling comodo wouldn't work. The advantage of having these compilers is that all embedded Bioinformatics programs in STRAP can be used. One of the most probable (90%) reasons for that is failed Java update when it was aborted due to some reason and part of the Java files are missing. Jump to content Technical Issues Existing user?

To be 100% sure check your system variables to see the JRE which you are using Go to control panel > System > Advanced System Settings Click on Advanced Tab and If this is the case JavaWebStart may be able to automatically obtain the proxy-settings from the Web-Browser. I have marked this as a "restore point" in WinXP System Restore, and e-mailed Panicware about this.Thanks to everyone who tried to help.--Mark WaltonEDIT: A bit of further playing around has

So it reads: "%JAVAWS%" -Xnosplash %JAVA_OPTS% %* loadUI.jnlp It works perfect for me. I consider the installation of the agnitum free 2009 firewall, at least theres the complete list of application that were configured anyhow. Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. Increasing memory Increasing memory: If you perform analyses with a large amount of data and you get an OutOfMemoryError you need to enlarge max-heap-size.

You can fix the java errors by doing a full uninstall and reinstall of java (since they look to be path and missing file problems), but that will do absolutely nothing I don't have ANY popup blocker on it at all. · actions · 2003-Jan-6 9:30 am · (locked) [email protected]

tolrol Anon 2003-Jan-19 6:33 pm I have the same problem in all I think it is the repair function that restores a file that allows access to the Java.Try the above and it will likely work for you. If I click on one of the URL's, nothing happens.

uniqs2360 Share « Java, XP SP1A, IE6,&Norton Internet Security 2003? • "XP menu style" don't work anymore with Java 1.41 » Mark Waltonjoin:2002-08-04Ottawa, ON Mark Walton Member 2002-Oct-14 4:43 pm Java, If i find a solution for Vista/7 i'll post it here George Says: June 8th, 2010 at 7:57 am Yea, works in XP great, did the whole "edit" the launch command Worked seamlessly. However, I can tell you that the Java Console, Java Web Start and the Java Plug-in are related to Java, not Javascript, so you can forget about them because they are

Is there something I can do to fix this? but i'm looking no for an firewall programm just do select the applications that acutally shall have access to world wide web. Just reloaded the Web Page using Ctrl-F5 and the problem was resolved.This could be a feature . Or maybe you've got other ideas that would allow a reinstall of comodo.

This strange problem could appear from time to time on Windows machines when you try to start EVO using Java Web Start. Check This Out Is there something I can do to fix this? Open the loadUI.bat with Notepad (as Administrator). That worked for me too, I was about to give up and uninstall Comodo firewall.

Thanks, Gary Guest, Feb 20, 2005 #1 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? Sign up now! At the moment i haven't reinstalled comodo yet. Source You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.

THANKS! This is one of the most annoying errors from comodo and i am surprised that they haven't fixed it even after 1 year of user complaints. Looks like you have two different problems there.

However, the specific Website that I was having a problem with was listed under Web.

Starting Java programs from command-line If starting STRAP with Javaws fails, it is worth trying to download and start strap.jar by double click. Java-Webstart is a launcher for Java-programs which takes care that outdated files are automatically updated. Double click upper one, message is changed ============================================== import java.awt.*; import java.awt.event.*; class Listtest extends Frame implements ActionListener { GridBagLayout gbl; GridBagConstraints gbc; Label label1, label2, lbl_selected; List list; Button Quit; Changing Comodo settings did not work.

It is recommended to update to the newest Java version. Panicware has an "aggressive" mode that was probably the problem. More About Us... have a peek here There are couple of other things which could cause this too: it could be nasty 3rd party pop-up blocker in some aggressive mode personal firewall on this machine - javaw or

Wanted to buy. But it still bugs me that IE6 would not work. Reboot computer. Always the newest program version is started.