I am using (IE version 7.0.5730.13) and Jdk 1.6. I have also encountered the
In my case, there are several JRE 6 versions (1.6.0_04, 1.6.0_05, 1.6.0_06,
1.6.0_07,) (checked by start-->settings-->control panel -->Java) were
installed in my machines.[the updates i suppose, as i have not installed
several JRE 6 undoubtedly] and there were several tabbed page was opened
in the same browser.
I have just opend another instance of the browser (IE7 of course), keeping
the earlier in the same state. And in my new browser i have typed the
site address (which was showing the error in earlier instance)..and Woooo
this time in this new instance, it just opened nicely without showing
What I feel, in my earlier instance, different tabbed pages were using
different versions of the jdk and as all the different subversions were
present, there was a conflict.
But in the next instance (process)only there is one subversion of jdk [here
jdk 6], there is no conflict andit works properly.
Waiting for comments .....
> I'm running ie7 version 7.0.5730.11 and Jave Runtime Version 1.6.0_03
> also running Firefox version 188.8.131.52 (with no java applet problems)
> I had been having this same problem for a number of week so I googled it and
> after reading about 100 different things. I came across this and it worked
> for me.
> I read this on another site:
> goto the "Tools" menu (IE7)
> select "Manage Add ons", "Enable or Disable Add-ons..."
> start to disable add-ons and see if one fixes the problem. If you can
> remember the last updates you have installed it might narrow your search.
> For me it was "Windows Live Sign-in Helper" once disabled Jave applets ran
> fine. I remembered I had just updated Windows Messenger so I tried the two
> entries first.
> "AH" wrote:
> > I keep on getting this error message:
> > Java Plug-in Fatal Error
> > "Several Java Virtual Machines running in the same process caused an error?
> > I have heard of a number of people having this problem. IE7 Beta 3 has been
> > uninstalled and reinstalled, same with Java 1.5.
> > 1) No dancing "Duke"
> > http://www.java.com/en/download/help/testvm.xml
> > 2) Message above appears when trying to verify Java installation
> > Checked my Mozzila Firefox browser with the two tests above and no issue.
> > Any ideas?