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i don't understand and need some help: java doesn't work anymore for a few months and i don't know why.

I have installed the latest version from apple, actually the 1.6.0_45-b06-451 on my imac 21,5" of middle 2010 and after checking the security system option and enabled the firefox plugin, i tried in safari and Chrome. Also tried with 32 and 64 bits kernel...

Finally i checked the XProtect.meta.plist to see the version limit allowed. When i check on java.com it seem disabled or not installed, but on other sites it worked fine, like here (or javatester.org for examples)

What can i do for use without issues like i did before ? Thanks a lot for any help...

  • For information, my 1st ligne "hello everybody" disappeared even after trying editing... – Nicolas Mar 5 '14 at 1:20
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    Welcome to AskDifferent! As per the site's guidelines, greetings and signatures are not considered acceptable behavior, so the site automatically removes such things from questions and answers to reduce noise. – Andrew Larsson Mar 5 '14 at 3:21
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If you install OSX Mavericks via the app store, Java will stay up to date & working.

  • Thank you for answering so fast ! But i can't download it for the moment, very bad connexion. I also need to keep my Snow Leopard for software's compatibilities (and a little afraid of the ressources needed) – Nicolas Mar 5 '14 at 1:55

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