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# 17859 14-Dec-2007 23:38
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Anyone else tried downloading from this java website recently and find it getting stuck at 98% (the offline file)?  I'm using XP SP2 Home, tried downloading the necessary file using Opera, Mozilla and IE, all with the same result.  No trouble downloading other files from other websites e.g. Adobe Reader.  Getting frustrating as I use Secunia and it's in my face all the time (better than some malware in my face I guess).

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  # 100056 15-Dec-2007 00:35
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I downloaded it lastnight and it went well without trouble... have you tried clearing the cache?




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  # 100094 15-Dec-2007 11:29
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Ah thanks.  Why does it do that?

 
 
 
 


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  # 100160 15-Dec-2007 20:14
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I don't know... did it fix the problem?




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# 100172 15-Dec-2007 21:29
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It sure fixed it.  Thanks!

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