05-20-2005, 09:16 PM   #1

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Java and clearing memory

I tried to install java on my vx6600. After downloading I recived message that this program is “not a valid pocket pc application “. Now I’m stucked with 15 Mb of waist in my tiny memory and have no clue how to clear it. Also… I still need program to be able to go to chat rooms . Any suggestions ?

And please… give me the “dummy ” version of the answer . I don’t know much about computers. Thx.

Last edited by polonus : 05-20-2005 at 09:19 PM.

 
05-23-2005, 04:04 PM   #2

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There is a search feature (“find”) that will look for files at a certain size or larger. This is one of the default searches, sorry, I do not have my ppc with me a this moment, but it shouldn’t be hard to find. Just click/hold on the file you want to delete and select “delete” from the pop-up menu.

Don’t know about installing java. I’ve been able to post without installing anything extra. Maybe that has something to do with Thunderhawk. Great application for surfin’.

 
Today, 05:22 PM   #3

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Tbone

Just click/hold on the file you want to delete and select “delete” from the pop-up menu.

this doesn’t work if program is not installed. Problem, however solved itself, because I had to reset my ppc and I cleared my memory.

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I’ve been able to post without installing anything extra.

I can posts at forums, but I can’t open some sites with live chats.

 
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