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Java Program Does Not Run with Java JIT Compiler Enabled

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When you load a Web page that contains a Java program in Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows 95, the Java program may not run correctly, or may not run at all. If it does not run at all, you may also receive an error message indicating that an invalid page fault has occurred in the Jit.dll or Msjava.dll dynamic link library (DLL).

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This behavior can occur when Internet Explorer's internal Java Just-In-Time (JIT) compiler is enabled.

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To determine if the Java program is not running correctly, or at all, because of an incompatibility with Internet Explorer's internal Java JIT compiler, disable the internal Java JIT compiler, and then load the Web page that contains the Java program again. To disable the internal Java JIT compiler, click Options on the View menu in Internet Explorer, click the Advanced tab, and then click the Enable Java JIT Compiler check box to clear it.

If the Java program runs automatically when you load the Web page after disabling Internet Explorer's Java JIT compiler, the problem may be caused by an incompatibility between the Java program and the Java JIT compiler.

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Keywords: kbinvalidpagefault, kbprb, KB155163

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Article Info
Article ID : 155163
Revision : 4
Created on : 8/28/2006
Published on : 8/28/2006
Exists online : False
Views : 487