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CrEme and Windows CE 6.00

CrEme and Windows CE 6.00

CrEme and Windows CE 6.00

Hello everybody.

I have a program that runs on some old terminals with Windows CE.
This program is a Java applet.
On the terminals it is installed CrEme 3.26 as Java emulator.

Now, I have bought a new terminal: Datalogic Falcon with Windows CE 6.00.
I have tried to install CrEme in order to see the Java applet.
Installation is succesfull, and I can register the Internet Explorer plugin too, however when I visit any Java applet I get the following error:
"Java VM Emergency: cannot load dll, Browser closes." and then "Application isample.exe encountered a serious error and must shut down".

My purpose it to make applets work on the terminal. How can I do?
Somebody knows why CrEme 3.26 does not work?
Or somebody knows if it exists a newer version of CrEme, and where to buy it?
Or somebody knows if there are other Java emulators for Windows CE?

Thank you very much.

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