i have the last update of java, but i'm getting some problems with it :(
sometimes works other times don't. only in internet explorer works more or less but not on chrome.
can anyone explian to me how can i fix the problem?
the chrome seems, sometimes, not activate it :(
but i did the sfc /scannow by prompth(like DOS) and found 1 error and i used the scdk with prompth too ;)
now i have some problems resolved. but i must format the laptop. thanks for all to all
If some page constructs (forms, elements, graphics...) like... as you mention, .gif files are not sometimes displaying correctly then it can often be as a result of poor page scripting, and minor/major incompatibilities with the browser you are using. Browsers differ. There is Google's Chromium Project which is setting up to become an open source standard for browser development, and both Opera 25 and Chrome draw from it. Do not expect all page features to work on it/them. As an example, I do not bother trying to open banking sites with Opera 25 - the result is too hit and miss. Firefox - open source, and extreme. It never fails to work with any web page in my experience; I use it for banking and other "sensitive" sites.
Try loading the same pages in different browsers and note how the treatment can vary. It shouldn't, but occasionally does. Html5 is the newest standard, not all browsers fully handle it; MPEG support varies, and so on.
I stick with an older version of Firefox (28) because I don't like not being able to hide Navigator bars as is not possible with the 30 series. Sure, there is full screening via menu or F11, but then you lose the Taskbar. And strangely enough , full screening varies too. You will find the whole screen used, but elements not expanding to take advantage of it. Horses for courses.
Anyway, try another browser... Firefox?.., and then which version series...? because with browsers what you see is what you get.
Java is fortunately a bit easier to deal with than in the past. Now on the Java site there is an automated tool detect your installed version of Java. Then you can install the latest version of Java. Then you can use the Java Uninstall Tool to remove previous versions: http://java.com/en/download/uninstallapplet.jsp
This will give you the best, most secure java performance! (always keep your java up to date and always remove outdated versions!)
You can also uninstall Java manually by yourself: http://java.com/en/download/help/uninstall_java.xml (I don't often reccommend it, it isn't much fun, but every once in a while it is necessary if something really weird happened to your Java installation)