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Old 15.09.2012, 17:33
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Hey,
I´ve got one question: How can JDownloader use Java when I have uninstalled Java from my computer ?
because when I open my Taskmanager I see java.exe in it. :d

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Old 15.09.2012, 19:38
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kill process and use javara (singularlabs.com/software/javara/)
after try open JD
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Old 15.09.2012, 20:22
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still working, mhm is that normal ? :D
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Old 16.09.2012, 06:31
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JD won't run without Java, so you still have Java installed there.
This is not JD's problem.
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Old 16.09.2012, 09:17
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Can you guys tell me how I can remove Java completely from my system ?
I uninstalled it already and deleted the registry entries and used JavaRa to remove it but its still on my pc somehow :s
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Old 16.09.2012, 10:02
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If there is one of following folders in your system, it means you have not uninstalled Java completely yet:
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%System%/Program Files/Java
%System%/Program Files (x86)/Java
If you changed the folders when installing Java, you will have to look for different folders..

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Old 17.09.2012, 07:16
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In your firewall you can see if javaw.exe is still connected. Go to network security/applications you can see the folder path.

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Old 18.09.2012, 09:57
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JDownloader installs his own java into jdownloader folder in case it's not available at the time when you install java.
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