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MrMaguire

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Hi, is anyone able to get Java 8 working properly on W2K? I'm still having the same problem of the security interface freezing when attempting to allow an applet to run, which forces me to kill the process in Task Manager.

 

The only other opton is to get our hands on the latest Java 6u91 that is not available to the public.

 

Which version of Java are you using now?




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Just a few random questions:


  • Is there something similar to your, WildBill, or OldCigarette's project that works on Windows NT 4.0?
I do not believe there's a similar project for Windows NT 4.0 sadly. That's one reason why I've sort of given up using it, even though I like NT 4. The only thing I know of that exists for NT4 is a transformation pack that makes NT4 look a bit like Windows Vista and the link can be found in this forum, but that just changes the looks, it won't change the functions. BWC's FCW doesn't even run on NT4 and just crashes with an error message. So someone can correct me if I'm wrong but I don't believe I am.

There is a group of people playing around the leaked sources to reconstruct an usable build.
http://opennt.net/?id=Home

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Which version of Java are you using now?


Java 6u85 but there's been an update to 6u91 with some critical fixes but so far I've been unable to download it. I'd like to get Java 8 working properly since that's available in a portable version.

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Which version of Java are you using now?


Java 6u85 but there's been an update to 6u91 with some critical fixes but so far I've been unable to download it. I'd like to get Java 8 working properly since that's available in a portable version.

 

 

I have not gotten Jre or jdk 6u91 yet.

If anyone provides it me, I'll create Windows 2000 patch. :(


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Thanks for the update blackwingcat, I'll keep an eye out for it.

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I have Java 7 Update 72 on my Windows 2000 install. Is that any good to you?



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Hi.

 

I got Jre6u91 and I released Windows 2000 version Jre6u91 yesterday.

 

Jre 7 has some GUI probilems on Windows 2000.


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Hi.

 

I got Jre6u91 and I released Windows 2000 version Jre6u91 yesterday.

 

Jre 7 has some GUI probilems on Windows 2000.

 

Excellent, thanks I'll download it ASAP. Java is one of those programs with so many holes in it that anything less than the latest version is like playing Russian roulette with your system.  :--)

 

MrMaguire,

 

For now I'm staying with Java 6, it's good enough. But I am curious how you're getting Java 7 to work? As blackwingcat mentioned, 7 and 8 have GUI problems on 2000 that I too am experiencing. It freezes at the security interface when pressing the Allow button. I think it's related to jp2launcher.exe since that's what I have to kill in Task Manager. 






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