Problem updating java

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I think the reason IE wasn't working either was because there was a (separate) network issue that I found and fixed later.Anyway, Firefox seems to have gradually improved speed and is working OK now.Reinstalling Unifi didn't make a difference so I had to uninstall Java then track down a previous version on the Oracle Archive Downloads website (https://goo.gl/KPd5Ac), install that one (I chose update 144 as it seemed to be the most recent version on there) then reinstall the Unifi controller again.All seems ok again (although my APs have pending firmware updates now and they aren't applying, that's another issue to sort! Has anyone else experienced this issue with Java updates or is it just me?Completely ignored arguments: [--native Launcher Version, 1182] [] [Client thread/INFO]: Setting user: xxmobkiller [] [Client thread/INFO]: LWJGL Version: 2.9.4 Here is my information that I know you might ask me.

Oracle has shipped an update for its Java software that fixes at least eight critical security holes.First run most or all of these programs on your windows computer; Sometimes a problem with Firefox may be a result of malware installed on your computer, that you may not be aware of. First run most or all of these programs on your windows computer; Sometimes a problem with Firefox may be a result of malware installed on your computer, that you may not be aware of.You can try these free programs to scan for malware, which work with your existing antivirus software: Microsoft Security Essentials is a good permanent antivirus for Windows 7/Vista/XP if you don't already have one. You can try these free programs to scan for malware, which work with your existing antivirus software: * [ Safety Scanner] * [ Malware Bytes' Anti-Malware] * [ Anti-Rootkit Utility - TDSSKiller] * [ Adw Cleaner] (for more info, see this [ alternate Adw Cleaner download page]) * [ Hitman Pro] * [ ESET Online Scanner] [ Microsoft Security Essentials] is a good permanent antivirus for Windows 7/Vista/XP if you don't already have one. Some problems occurs when your Internet security program was set to trust the previous version of Firefox, but no longer recognizes your updated version as trusted.This morning I was prompted to install the latest version of Java, which I did, and now Firefox is all messed up.At first it was incredibly slow, so I reset Firefox to see if that would help.

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