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I've had Java installed on my computer for a while. However lately, whenever I go to a website which has got a java applet in it, i only see a white box where the applet previously used to run (this is happening on multiple sites, not just one).

I figured I might have to download java again, so I went to this page and downloaded the installer:

However, each time the installer finishes downloading whatever it needs to, I get the error: 'Uncompression of downloaded file failed':

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What shall I do?

I'm using Windows XP, and I'm still able to run Netbeans on the computer, the problem seems to only be with applets, and occurs in all browsers.

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I'd recommend to download the latest Java bundle directly without a download manager and install it the usual way.

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