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Unregistered September 29th, 2001 06:05 PM

Please Help!! javaw error
 
Please Help!! Every time I run limewire(1.6), I get an javaw error and limewire closes. I can usually re-open it without restarting my computer, but why is this happening and how can I fix it?? I have uninstalled and reinstalled twice now.

TruStarwarrior September 29th, 2001 06:54 PM

Perhaps you could try re-installing JAVA 2 Runtime Environment?

Unregistered September 29th, 2001 07:13 PM

I have reinstalled limewire and java twice now, once through limewire and the second time I installed java through their site, then installed limewire. Any other options??

Unregistered September 30th, 2001 09:36 AM

Javaw
 
Your not the only one, I got this error after cleaning up un-needed files in my windows directory. Before anybody tells me what a silly boy I am I'd just like to point out that it was the 'cookies' 'favorites' and 'temporary internet files' directories that I deleted, and I don't use IE (I've never installed, having disabled it in Windows 95 setup)

I use Opera 5.12 as my browser and the Java distro that comes with it.

TruStarwarrior September 30th, 2001 08:36 PM

Could you please write out exactly what the error message says? I might be able to help you out a little better if I know what error message you're receiving.

:-)

jlynn80 September 30th, 2001 11:59 PM

I've gotten several different ones, but the one that happens most often is javaw had caused and error in JVM.DLL and limewire will now close. Usually I can just start it back up again, but sometimes it resets my computer or won't open at all. I also reinstalled java for the third time and it didn't help.

Vonotar October 2nd, 2001 01:25 PM

Javaw Error
 
OK Error is as follows...

JAVAW caused an invalid page fault in
module <unknown> at 0000:b00c9e69.
Registers:
EAX=cc96e050 CD=0157 EIP=b00c9e69 EFLGS=00010213
EBX=00000000 SS=015f ESP=08fdflb0 EBP=85218078
ECX=80373798 DS=015f ESI=85218078 FS=4c77
EDX=cc96e040 ES015f EDI=0000ffff GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
8b 7b 44 8b c6 2b c5 24 fc 3b c7 7c 31 8b 79 30
Stack dump:
00000001 00000000 08fdf280 00000000 00000020
cc96e040 85218078 cc96e030 80373c94 b00c00b5
82cdc01c b00c4f5b 00000001 00000000 08fdf328
82cdc01c

I'm running....
Windows 95 OSR2 (minus IE3)
Sun Java Plugin 1.3.1_01
Opera 5.12
Limewire 1.7

Uninstalling Java and Limewire and then re-installing has no effect. However calling up an earlier copy of my Windows folder, does make it work.... for at least another two runs... after which it goes back to the Java error.

My brother says that's what you get for using Java, but he's a Microserf so any help to prove him wrong would be appreciated!

Vonotar


Vonotar@lastlands.org

TruStarwarrior October 3rd, 2001 12:10 AM

Java is not in my arena. Sorry.

I have found that reformatting and re-installing everything can fix a lot of problems, but that becomes a pain after a while......

Kirby October 7th, 2001 06:40 PM

1 Attachment(s)
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This sounds like the infamous javaw problem with 1.5 (But not quite as infamous as the new.net problem, which I solved). The file just isn't there. Download it here, and put it where it wants it.

KIrby
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Unregistered November 12th, 2001 07:55 AM

I tried this, and it didn't work for me. Am I doing something wrong? I am running (trying to!) limewire 1.8 in windows 98. javaw appears on my hard drive, but I keep getting the above mentioned illegal operation.... please help!!!


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