1) Open Control Panel > Uninstall a program
2) Locate latest Microsoft Visual C++ (64bit) and click on Change (If you’re using 64 bit version of Teams, maybe you need x86)
3) Click on Repair
4) Enter your Admin credentials to perform repair
5) Once repaired Launch Teams app to make sure it works
Go to Manage > Panel. Uninstall every program.
Find the latest version of Microsoft Visual C++ (64-bit) and click Edit (if you’re using Teams 64-bit, you may need x86).
Enter your administrator credentials to complete the cure.
Solution 1: Make sure scripts that point to Java applets are enabled.2
Fix or even – Reload site ignoring cache.
Solution 4 – Clear your browser cache and cookies
Solution 5 – Check if Java is properly installed
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