06-16-2012 11:50 AM
Thank you Calls.
Next time, I'll follow your procedure and delete the existing Java first before I install the latest update. I always assumed that when installing the latest Java update from the Java site, the previous Java and all folders relating to it would be uninstalled automatically. I will manually delete the jre6 folder I asked about.
I'm glad this Norton community exists for whenever I have questions, I normally find my answers here. When I do post a question, someone is always willing to help a nontechnical person like me.
06-16-2012 04:27 PM
Thanks for your info. I uninstalled JavaFX 2.1 as I described in Message 12 of this thread as follows:
What you need to do is to go to 'Add or Remove Programs'/'Programs and Features' (depending on your OS) and uninstall JavaFX 2.1.0 just as you would with anything else; this shouldn't affect your JRE in anyway. I've got rid of it on our XP desktop and both of our Windows 7 laptops and no problems have arisen becaue of this. In the very unlikely event that you do experience any difficulties, you can always reinstall it.
You were wondering about JavaFX, so I hope that you find the following link useful: