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I have windows 7 64bit. When i installed firefox and then java, i do not have java tm platform or any java plugin. I can't watch free movie's online!!

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As i told i have Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit version. I install java and have problems with Java Deployment Toolkit and Java(TM) Platform SE. It won't show in add-on. I cant watch movies. When I play movie it says java is missing but when I use IE I can watch some movies. I try reinstaling Java and even reinstall Windows. But problem was still there. I run java check (from Firefox) to see if java is installed and it confrmed. I even try diferent versions of Java and Mozilla. I even use JDK and JRE. I install java for 64bit and mozilla is also for 64bit version of system. I have another laptop with 32 bit version and everything works great. Installation procedure was same (only used 32bit versions of softwares). When I go to control panel and java options (windows 64bit) enable java content in your browser is marked. But in advanced tab default java for browser (mozilla family) is unmarked. And when I mark box and leave (apply then ok) and return box is empty. It wont confirm. In 32bit version of laptop i have alsou java plugin but in 64 bit it is not there. Here is a picture what I was talking about. This is on windows 32 bit for 64bit is some just box for mozilla family is empty and under that java plugin do not exist. [code]http://s23.postimg.org/dl4dun4p7/Untitled.jpg/code

hope someone have solution!!

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hello Difermo, even if your system is 64 bit you have to install the 32bit version of java in order to work with firefox (since firefox on windows is currently always a 32bit application)!

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i will try it... i'm just confused since I download and install 64bit version of mozilla firefox. Do I need to reinstall bouth java and mozilla (put bouth 32bitversion on 64bit machine)? Or I can have bouth of java (32bit and 64bit version) on my laptop with 64bit windows7

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you don't have to reinstall firefox or java, you can just download and install the 32bit-java next to your currently installed java version. it should then be picked up by firefox and be displayed under firefox > addons > plugins...

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it work @philipp thank you!!! But now there is a small problem. When I gou to main page of site (for movies) it popup "please disable your ad blocker" and I cant click anywhere Here is an image http://postimg.org/image/yqfuhpuxv/ The problem is.. I can't find ad blocker. in add-ons > extensions or add-ons>plug in!!! Is there any hiden options in mozilla firefox?

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does it also say that while you launch firefox in safe mode once for testing purposes?

Troubleshoot extensions, themes and hardware acceleration issues to solve common Firefox problems

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I launch in safe mode and ad blocker wasnt there. but first it show this information http://postimg.org/image/rb6eby8r3/ and then it show this one http://postimg.org/image/qq1gua2ob/.... After clicking "ok" on bouth it ask for downloading java.. http://postimg.org/image/dswp3vqhv/


But as you can see in last image it show (up in the picture) that java is installed. And when I chek java over internet (java official site) it says I have latest java (7u51)..

What is problem?

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hello, these error messages are generated by the java plugin itself - please refer to oracle's documentation how to deal with them and create security exceptions: http://www.java.com/en/download/help/appsecuritydialogs.xml

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thanks for helping me installing java itself

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Note that your System Details List already showed that you had Java installed although this was an outdated version that was likely blocked by Firefox.

  • Next Generation Java Plug-in 10.45.2 for Mozilla browsers

There has been a change in the Java security settings, see:

A possible workaround is to add the URL to the Java Exceptions Site List, see: