How can I get the Microsoft Java VM?
It is most likely that your system already has the Microsoft Java VM on it if you are running any operating system other than Windows XP. If you are using Windows XP and your computers manufacturer did not preinstall the Microsoft Java VM, or you did not download the Microsoft Java VM from Windows Update or http://www.microsoft.com prior to July 10, your system may not have the Microsoft Java VM. To get the Microsoft Java VM, you will need to install the Microsoft Windows XP SP1 update.
The Microsoft Java Virtual Machine is no longer available from Microsoft directly due to a legal issue SUN Microsystems, however, it still can be installed by downloading the component. GuardianCam has made a copy of the Microsoft Virtual Machine available for download here on our website.
The Microsoft Java VM build 3805 for Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 95/98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0. 5.4 MB
The Microsoft Java VM download links follows:
Steps to install the Microsoft Virtual Machine:
Sun Java Virtual Machine (JVM)
Microsoft had to take down their virtual machine because of some legal issues. But you don't even have to use the Microsoft Java VM, you can use Sun Microsystem's version, and it seems to work just fine.
There are two ways to get Sun's Java VM: Automatic and Manual Download.
Automatic Download and Installation (for Windows XP, Me, NT, 2000, or 98 and Internet Explorer)
First, our system will check to see if automatic install works on your computer...
Manual Download and Installation
Advanced users may want to download a local copy of the installer from Sun developer Web site to run at a later time or install on other machines. The manual download is referred to as the Java 2 Runtime Environment (JRE).
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