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    Java 7 Update 25 Problems in Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 7

    I just recently installed Java 7 Update 25 on a number of Windows 7 machines with Internet Explorer 10. When you go to the Java website and verify the java version, you get a an error: Microsoft Jscript Error, Object Expected. This also occurs on any website with a Java applet. We need java for our accounting software so we are temporarily using Firefox, but I would like to get back to using Internet Explorer. Chrome and Firefox work fine with Java. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling, rolling back to IE 9 and installing an older version. None of these have worked. Has anyone else encountered this and how did you fix it? Any other suggestions???? This has me stumped. Thanks.

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    Are you mixing up 32bit and 64bit? I know IE10 likes to say it's 64bit but you really need 32bit java installed too.

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    I usually install the default version that is selected when I go to the Java website. The 32-bit version is installed by default when you use the automated installer. In either case, I have tried installing one or the other at a time but neither one seems to help.

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    If you are on a 64bit machine you need both 32bit and 64bit java installed, with all the enviroment variables and file associations pointing to the 64bit install.

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    I can handle installing both versions, but is there a tutorial somewhere for the environment variables? I know how to change and create environment variables in Windows, but I am not familiar with the Java ones.

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    Install 64bit after 32bit and you'll be fine.

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    Well, I just did as you said and I still have the same problem. I can't seem to get a handle on this. I even tried disabling my antivirus and nothing. Any other suggestions?

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    It does seem to be as problem for me too, according to the Java support they said it is security settings in IE but I am not going to drop them. Anyone else had problems with applets?

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