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Lakshmi Saradha
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I tried to go through the 'rules round up' in this site. It says it requires JVM to view that . Looks like my computer (with a Windows Xp home edition running)does not allow this.
Is there a way where I can get another version of this link (say a plain html version etc)..
Looking forward to hear from you.

Thanks,<br />Lakshmi.
Lakshmi Saradha
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Is there anybody who can help me in this?
Anupam Sinha
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I guess that the JVM is included in the j2sdk. Which is available on Sun' site.
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All you need to do is to install a JVM.

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Vad Fogel
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Don't forget to register your browser with JRE. On some Windows instances, when you install JDK, it doesn't do it automatically. In the Add/Remove programs panel, select Java SDK and modify it so as to register your browser. If the browser is not registered, applets and other JRE dependent stuff may behave funny.
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