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pcAnywhere won't install in iMac??


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I've been having a major headache with trying to install pcAnywhere on one of my iMacs. I have three computers in three different cities. One is a pc running vista. The other two are identical iMacs running Mas OS 10.5.8. pcAnywhere installed fine on the pc and on one of my iMacs. On the other iMac I keep getting the message "JVM not found".

I looked in my Java preferences and I have j2SE 5.0 32 bit, Java SE 6, j2SE 5.0 64 bit, and j2SE 1.4.2. It's the same as on my other machine.

But I still get "JVM not found". It's driving me crazy.

If anyone has any insight on this I'd much appreciate it.


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I don't think that creating multiple threads about it will be as productive as perhaps contacting pcanywhere's support personnel.

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Well, I don't know how this stuff works. The first time I did it I didn't create an actual thread. I just put a reply on someone else's thread with a similar problem. So I thought that now I was creating a new thread.
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I thought pcAnywhere was dead? Maybe it should be. Use logmein and be done with it.
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