What does it mean when a website says No Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition v 1.4.1 support for APPLET?
I'm trying to take a test online and I downloaded and re installed java and I still can't take the test
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
If that checkbox isn't in IE's Advanced list, your client should open
the Java Control Panel (I'm not sure in XP, but probably the same as W2K
menu Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Java).
The 'About' button in the General tab should reveal that Standard Edition v 1.4.1
indeed is installed.
Then in the Advanced tab, the checkboxes at '<APPLET> tag support'
should be checked (both 'Internet Explorer' and 'Mozilla and Netscape').
Use Sun's testapplet at http://java.com/en/download/help/testvm.xml to
verify that the JRE has been installed.
When it fails, make sure, like I mentioned that the
checkbox in the Java Control Panel -> Advanced -> <APPLET> tag support
-> Mozilla and Netscape is checked (on).
Further, verify in Firefox that the checkbox at Tools -> Options -> Web
Features -> Enable Java is on.
- laelLv 44 years ago
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