hs_err_pid3

  Hetti 14:47 19 Jan 07
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The title of this subject describes two icons that have appeared on my desktop, number 3 follows one and nomber 7 follows the other.
I did ask about this in a previous post and someone suggested a Java update, but Jave is up to date and I still get these icons appearing, what doe's it mean and can I stop it?

  skidzy 14:56 19 Jan 07

Do these appear as notepad icons on your desktop ?

I believe you can just remove them.

Check your java again click here

  Hetti 15:00 19 Jan 07

Yes skidzy they appear as a notepad,
just checked Java again and t says I have the lastest update

  PalaeoBill 15:06 19 Jan 07

When a Java application crashes it writes an error log using the naming convention:

hs_err_pid*.log (* = number of error log)

If you search for the file name, it is a text file containing details of what Java was doing when the crash occurred.

  skidzy 15:11 19 Jan 07

Basically as PalaeoBill has explained.Have you been playing any games recently or any apps that require java,even some sites will require java to be activated.

I would just delete the logs that are on your desktop.

  Hetti 17:42 19 Jan 07

Thanks all

Now I understand what the problem was and I can safely delete them....

Thanks again

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