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    hey i have the AT&T browser which i got from my AT&T high speed internet plan and it always tells me, i dont have java enabled and i do i have enabled java scripting everything, this is driving me nuts ive tried and downloading the new java and still no luck, is anybody having the same problem or know how to fix this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the begginer
    i have the AT&T browser
    theres your problem. Use firefox.
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    Yeah, proprietary browsers like that ususally don't support extras like Java and FlashPlayer. Note that in Windows, Java for the browser is not the same as the Java Runtime Environment (JRE.)

    You need to find a compatible browser (Opera, Firefox, IE6/7 if yer in a pinch) and they will usually come with Java support.

    If you are in Linux (highly doubtful) all you need to do is install the JRE (it is the same for Linux browsers) and point the $PATH$ to the JRE you installed.
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