Java plugin not installed for applet

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I have JDK 6 installed in my computer. Applications in command prompt or Swing based applications work completely fine. Problem is with applets. When I tried to run my applet in Google Chrome, it shows a blank area and the error shown is,"Java(TM) is required to display some elements on this page". In front of that, a "Install plug in" option is there. I clicked it and it shows download java. It is not the plug in, it's again the whole JDK. I have JDK already installed, why should I again download it? Please tell some alternatives.

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Java plugin not installed for applet

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Hello,

I hope this will fix your problem.

Go to: Java Control Panel – Java tab – View… – Find Point the search for the Java folder in the Program Files. I accepted the new findings and applets now work in Chrome and IE9.

I think that something linking browsers to JREs was not right. Scanning for the JREs again fixes the glitch somehow.

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