Suddenly, probably after some Java updates were installed, we started to get the Interactive Services Detection message on our screen, As the details suggested the error was for some JRE (Java Runtime Environment) issue, though all the Java dependent applications were working OK on the PC. Still it was quite bugging to get this message Poping on screen repeatedly.
Fortunately troubleshooting this issue was quite simple for us. we followed the following steps
1) Download JavaRA from singular Labs and got the program running. JavaRa is a tool which helps clean up the dirty install of Java’s from a computer
2) JavaRa detected multiple versions of Java on my PC ie Java7 update 67 (64bit) and Java 7 update 71 (64Bit)
3) Proceed with the wizard to cleanup the Java , the first option was to uninstall it using the original uninstaller, Thankfully that worked fine for me. However I am sure else JavaRa would have cleaned up Java manually for me
4) I uninstalled both the versions of Java from my PC and rebooted it.
5) Post reboot , I went to the Oracle site here to download the latest version of JRE Java 7 update 71 (64Bit) as of now and than installed it successfully on my PC
6) Rebooted the computer and validated my Java dependent applications are doing fine.
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