How do I uninstall Microsoft Virtual Machine?


(heba) #1

Check if Microsoft VM is installed

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    Open the Internet Explorer browser.
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    Click Tools > Internet Options > Advanced. [/li]The Internet Options dialog box appears.

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    Check if Microsoft VM is listed.
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    If Microsoft VM is not listed, you do not have Microsoft VM on your system.[/li]If Microsoft VM is listed, you can uninstall either by:

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    Requesting Microsoft for the Microsoft VM uninstall utility or
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    Following the command line instructions to Uninstall Microsoft VM
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Uninstall Microsoft VM

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    Click Start > Run.
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    Type: [/li]RunDll32 advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection java.inf,UnInstall
    The Microsoft VM uninstall dialog box appears.

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    Click Yes to confirm.
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    Reboot when prompted.
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    After the machine restarts, go to the systemroot. [/li]For example,
    systemroot for Windows XP could be c:\WINNT
    and for Windows 2000, it could be c:\WINDOWS

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    Delete the following files or folders from the systemroot:
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    java folder from systemroot
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    java.pnf file from systemroot\inf\ folder (if available)
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    jview.exe and wjview.exe files from systemroot\system32 folder
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  2. Click Start > Run.
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    Type:
    regedit


    The Registry Editor dialog box appears.

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    Go to: [/li]HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Java VM
    (Hint: Right click the + icon)

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    Delete the Java VM registry key.
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    Go to: [/li]HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\AdvancedOptions\JAVA_VM

Note:The Registry Editor display on your system could be different than the above view.

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Delete the JAVA_VM registry key.
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Microsoft VM is now uninstalled from your system.

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(rim-o) #2

thanks sister Heba
now I know what is the really different between Java VM and Java TM SE which named Jre