Recode article A computer program’s failure to run can be frustrating for a customer, but sometimes, it can actually have an unexpected consequence.
In these cases, the program can cause serious damage to your computer or to others’ computers.
Computer experts say the most frequent error is a fatal bug in the program that causes the computer to crash or to display an error message.
If you run into this error, try these five fixes.
Disable a program’s Java feature If you’re using Java, you may want to disable it from the beginning.
It’s a way for programs to detect when your computer is connected to a network and start up.
If this feature is disabled, your computer won’t start.
Some versions of the browser don’t have Java support and you’ll need to disable this feature.
Remove the Java runtime In order to install an open source software, you’ll first need to download the source code for it.
If the source of the software is on a commercial server, you can use an open-source license to install it on a non-commercial server.
If it’s a server hosting Java itself, it’s best to use an enterprise license.
The following steps can help you download and install the Java source code.
If there’s no Java source available, the following steps will help you get the Java installer to download and unpack the source.
Open up the JAR file.
Navigate to where you downloaded the source and double-click it.
Choose the Download Zip option.
This will open a download dialog box.
Click the Choose file button and select the zip file you downloaded.
The download process will begin.
After the download has finished, the installer will download and unpack the Java package.
When you run the installer, the browser should open and you should be able to access the Java.jar file.
3) Disable Java’s Java installer You can also disable the Java Java installer by opening the JVM Manager.
Right-click the Java icon in the taskbar and choose Properties.
Scroll down to the Java tab and select Disable.
4) Disable the Java browser If you want to use a browser instead of the Java program, you should first disable the JBPA extension.
If JBEP is enabled, this extension prevents Java programs from installing.
To do this, open up the Java Control Panel, click Java, and then select Java Extensions.
To enable Java extensions, open the Java control panel, click the Java Extensions button, and choose the Enable JBPP extension.
5) Disable Google’s WebExtensions If you use Google Chrome, you don’t need to do anything else to disable Google’s extension.
To disable Google WebExtension, go to Settings > Extensions > Disable this extension.
Google Chrome has a button to remove extensions.
Open the Google Chrome WebExtends page.
In the Google extensions page, select the Google extension that you want removed.
The Google extension should be removed from the Chrome Extensions list.