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    Question Java (Apple MJR)

    I am working from an iMac with operating system Mac OS 8.6 In some instances, when I try to pull up a page online it turns out to me nothing but gibberish, and I always get this sign. I can't remember the exact wording but it says to make sure I have the latest version of MRJ 2.1 downloaded. I went into a site today that I had no problem with until I tried to access their instruction videos and then I got gibberish and this sign.

    I'd appreciate any help anyone out there can give me.

    Thanks
    Nikilet2

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    It seems like your browser does not know how to display some types of files

    Here is a doenload that might help you
    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=75097
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    Khalid

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    Java (MRJ) for iMac

    Khalid
    Thank you for your reply. I downloaded the file from the site you gave me. I no longer get the sign telling me to make sure I have the latest update to MRJ 2.1, but now I get a sign that says an error has occurred (-1). Also, I sometimes get a sign that starts off stating that a Java exception has occurred and then goes on and on with a bunch of stuff I don't understand. I still get gibberish when I try to open the video. Is there some kind of software I need to download to view videos or something? I'm a little green about computers, but am trying to learn. On my Compac at home, for instance, I have the Windows Media Player and Win Amp. Do I need something like that on this Mac which I may not have?


    Nikilet

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    I am not a mac user( ),however,your guess can be correct,download QUicktime movie viewer from apple.com and see if that works
    Cheers

    Khalid

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