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Slimeyapple had trouble on 14 Jun 2010
I have had the same problem. When I reinstalled the OS it worked normally. At that time I did not know the JAVA update was the culprit -- but when I just updated it again the problem re-occurred.

The system now will not start up normally (I have to hold the power button down, wait for the long beep tone, etc.)

I am hoping they can patch it, because I don't want to reinstall the apps I had to reinstall after the OS reinstall...

HOWEVER -- doing a "repair" type install on the OS did work.

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This is from the apple developer site:

http://www.apple.com/java/faq/#remove url

Q: Can I remove a Java update after I've installed it?
A: Java on Mac OS X is updated incrementally through numerous releases. Therefore, the only way to revert to an earlier Java installation is to reinstall the operating system. The same applies for any other Java-related Software Updates or Developer Previews. For this reason, it is strongly recommended that Developer Previews of Java on Mac OS X be installed on non-critical systems.
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