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Generally when IE does that, what is *actually* happening is that the
JVM is throwing a ClassFormatException. IE just doesn't have the
courtesy to tell you that.
What is ClassFormatException? Usually it means your class was compiled
for a higher version of the JVM than the browser is using. In fact, IE
is still using a very old version of the JVM by default. You'll need to
download the plugin and install it, if you have admin privileges on the
machine in question. If you don't, you're up the river without a paddle.
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