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MSJVM For windows7

M

Mohammad Saed

#1
Hello,

I have tried several times to download MSJVMx86 but doesn't work on windows
7.

So there is newer version I didn't know about it?

Thanks for all.
--
Best Regards,
Mohammad Saed
 
C

Carey Frisch [MVP]

#2
Free Java Download: http://www.java.com/en/download/index.jsp


"Mohammad Saed" <MohammadSaed@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:2B8E136D-4F3F-43F9-B6E7-112E7C78928F@xxxxxx
Hello,

I have tried several times to download MSJVMx86 but doesn't work on windows
7.

So there is newer version I didn't know about it?

Thanks for all.
--
Best Regards,
Mohammad Saed
 
R

Richard G. Harper

#3
Microsoft no longer supports the Java Virtual Machine. You will have to
download and install the Sun Java VM if you want Java support.

http://java.sun.com/

"Mohammad Saed" <MohammadSaed@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:2B8E136D-4F3F-43F9-B6E7-112E7C78928F@xxxxxx

> Hello,
>
> I have tried several times to download MSJVMx86 but doesn't work on
> windows
> 7.
>
> So there is newer version I didn't know about it?
>
> Thanks for all.
> --
> Best Regards,
> Mohammad Saed
 
#4
Re: MSJVM Installation Problem

Hi,

My OS is vista.When i try to install msjvm(msjavx86.exe) system says installation successful but no jvm is actually installed on my machine.this i am doing inorder to install siebel.I have installed sun JVM also.it is installed.but when i am installing siebel, the system says "Setup is not able to detect msjvm on your machine,plz install msjvm from cd/original manufacturer".kindly advice as i am frustrated.

(FYI:I already know msjvm is no longer supported by sun)

thanks
bullu
 
R

Richard G. Harper

#5
You won't get it to install. The key word is "unsupported" - as in no
longer supported, not updated for security flaws. It was never intended to
be installed in Vista let alone a beta version of Windows 7. Use a
supported JVM or don't use any.

"bullu0" <guest@xxxxxx-email.com> wrote in message
news:78413c6c6072c50a25ca2b6fa89dba63@xxxxxx-gateway.com...

>
> Hi,
>
> My OS is vista.When i try to install msjvm(msjavx86.exe) system says
> installation successful but no jvm is actually installed on my
> machine.this i am doing inorder to install siebel.I have installed sun
> JVM also.it is installed.but when i am installing siebel, the system
> says "Setup is not able to detect msjvm on your machine,plz install
> msjvm from cd/original manufacturer".kindly advice as i am frustrated.
>
> (FYI:I already know msjvm is no longer supported by sun)
>
> thanks
> bullu
>
>
> --
> bullu0
 

Ex_Brit

Older but no wiser
Vista Guru
Gold Member
#6
(FYI:I already know msjvm is no longer supported by sun)
MSJVM is from Microsoft not Sun and hasn't been updated in years. It's Microsoft that doesn't support it not Sun. Sun provides the latest JVM, the one that you should all be using. Keep it up to date and uninstall any older versions immediately for your own security.
 
T

Tim Slattery

#7
Ex_Brit <guest@xxxxxx-email.com> wrote:

>

>> (FYI:I already know msjvm is no longer supported by sun)
>>
>*MS*JVM is from Microsoft not Sun and hasn't been updated in years.
>It's Microsoft that doesn't support it not Sun.
Just to clarify: MS doesn't support it any more because they can't.
They extended the Java language in a way not sanctioned by Sun, Sun
sued them to stop it and prevailed. So MS stopped supplying their own
JVM.

>Sun provides the latest
>JVM, the one that you should all be using. Keep it up to date and
>uninstall any older versions immediately for your own security.
Absolutely. There have been quite a few updates since the lawsuit, any
copy of MS's JVM will be *seriously* outdated.

--
Tim Slattery
MS MVP(Shell/User)
Slattery_T@xxxxxx
http://members.cox.net/slatteryt
 
B

+Bob+

#8
On Tue, 28 Apr 2009 08:54:42 -0400, Tim Slattery <Slattery_T@xxxxxx>
wrote:

>Just to clarify: MS doesn't support it any more because they can't.
>They extended the Java language in a way not sanctioned by Sun, Sun
>sued them to stop it and prevailed. So MS stopped supplying their own
>JVM.
Just to clarify your clarification: Java was always a thorn in MS's
side as a competitor to their un-secure, but MS mission enhancing,
Active-X plan. MS doesn't like anything they can't proprietarize. So,
they did all they could to beat Java into a corner that would
effectively eliminate it from the marketplace.