Friday, July 1, 2011

Enable Java in Internet Explorer 6

You may experience difficulties viewing certain websites while using Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) if you have not specifically enabled JavaScript. This is because the majority of websites use some form of Java implementation, due to the many benefits associated with using JavaScript in IE6. Enabling JavaScript in IE6 can "increase user interaction, animate objects, create drop down navigation and grab data from databases"

This article will help you to Enable Java in Internet Explorer 6.
  1. Open IE6, click "Tools" and then select "Internet Options."
  2. Choose the "Security" tab and then click on the "Custom level" button.
  3. Scroll to "Scripting" and then choose the "Enable" radio button located in the "Active Scripting" section.
  4. Select "OK" and then choose "OK" to return to the main IE6 window.
  5. You need to restart your browser to implement this change. Close the program by clicking "File" and then choosing "Close." You have successfully enabled JavaScript in IE6.
If this doesn't fix this issue.
  1. Re install or repair Java.
  2. Reset internet explorer.
  3. If Java still refuses to work,  Do this:
  4. Go the the run line and type:

    regsvr32 wshom.ocx
    regsvr32 jscript.dll
    regsvr32 urlmon.dll