The jvm link for the latest version has been removed, and a note says that the jvm can be downloaded from the windows update site.
But, when I go to the windows update site, no jvm updates appear to be available, even though I know that my machine is running an old version of jvm (22.214.171.12410 - CW2K needs 126.96.36.19905 in LMS2.1 with IE6.0).
Re: Where can I get JVM now microsoft have removed it from their
There are several other shareware/freeware sites where you can download Microsoft JVM. For example, you can use http://www.download.com, search for JVM and you'll see v5.00.3805 listed. OR directly point your web browser to:
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