Java is not detected by firefox

I'm trying to access web pages that require Java, and even though I have the latest version of Java and Firefox installed and active plugin web pages deliver the error messages indicating that Java is installed, the same pages work well on IE, so the question is between Firefox and Java.

Can you please go to start, then Control Panel, then add or remove programs. Uninstall all versions of Java it (older versions of Java over other works can cause problems.

Then download and install -What helps your question?

Also, I noticed you are using a very out of the version of Flash data, download and install the latest version

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