When I updated my version of the Java2 Runtime Environment to version 1.3.1 the visual switch manager interface began prompting me for a password repeatedly. By reverting to an older version of Java2 located on CCO the problem was resolved. However, another package with a web interface that I frequently access REQUIRES the newer version. What can I do? I've tried both the US & International versions of JRE.
A very big preemptive THANK-YOU to whoever can offer me a solution to this major source of irritation.
I have a similar problem. But, when I reverted back to JRE 1.3.0, it is throwing me another message box, which says "VISUAL SWITCH MANAGER HAS DETECTED A CHANGE IN THE DEVICE'S HARDWARE CONFIGURATION AND NEEDS TO REDRAW THE DEVICE" - This goes on forever.
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