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ScriptMaster Issues w/ Java in Windows 9 (a version out of date)

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I have several customers that are still running Wondows Version 9, which is a version out of date. On attempting to load a 64 bit, ScriptMaster generated Plug-In, I am seeing a dialog that ScriptMaster can't run without Java 64 bit. On installing Java, there is no change and the same issue persists. This goes as far as literally crashing FileMaker. 

Has anyone experienced this? Although it's really a Java issue, and the OS is out of date, I have two important customers running Windows 9.

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What is windows 9 ? There is 8 and 10 ? For Java one has to very specifically ensure that you install the 64 bit version.

 

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