Uninstalling Java problem: "the installation source for this product is not available. Make sure the source exsists and that you can access. »

Hi, I'm having a little trouble trying to uninstall Java, so I can reinstall it. I get this error message:

"The installation source for this product is not available. Make sure the source exsists and that you can access. "When I try to find the installation package to uninstall. I'm the only person on my laptop Windows Vista Ultimate, and I am the administrator on the computer. I can't find something when I search for it during the uninstallation. When I go on ' computer > disc Local (c) > Progam Files > Java' I see a whole bunch of files, but I can't find the installation package with the 'Installation .msi package' at the end. I find 'install.rdf '.

I was wondering if anyone can help find me the source for Java, so I can uninstall and reinstall so my Java work properly.

Java has been uninstalled before when Elluminate program my brother (online meetings of his school) and I guess when he was relocated something went wrong, but I have 2 Java programs. One by one by Sun Microsystems Inc. and Oracle and I am trying to install are Sun Microsystems Inc..

Help, please!

Corky (Corkster)

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