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Can somebody please help me. I hope to do the right explanation of my

I have installed both Sun Java and VM Java. I also use online Banking for a
couple of months. And now comes the problem.
If I want to use online banking I have to open Windows Control then
Start-Settings-Control Panel. Then open the Java
Plug-in Control Panel and I have to double click the Java Plug-in Icon. Then
in the Java Plug-in Control Panel I have to click the Browser Tab. Under
Browser Tab I have checkboxes next to installed Web browser. I have to
disable the Sun Java Plug-in and click the Apply button to save the settings
and then restart my internet explorer. When I do all that I can use my
online banking without any problem. :Then when I close my computer and
restart again I receive the following message : WJView-error: Could not
execute Main : The system can not find the file.

When I look at Task Manager I see the name WJView and I can then end
process.When I do this and I restart my computer the message WJView-error do
not appear any more but then I can't use my online banking. When I go online
to my bank and I want to look at my accounts I receive the message : Digital
signature failed. Please check your configuration.

To say it simple. When I disable Sun Java and I enable VM Java in
internet options (in my browser) I can use my online banking, but then I
receive the message WJView-error: Could not execute Main : the system can
not find the file.

When I disable VM Java and enable Sun Java the message WJView-error does not
appear anymore but then I can't use my online banking.

I hope that you understand what I meant.

Please somebody help me.


PS. My bank uses VM Java.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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