We analyse the restrictions from experimental data on high-energy neutrinos from the sun due to the annihilation of cold dark matter. We pay particular attention to uncertainties in the neutrino-, particle- and astro-physics. We conclude that photinos and higgsinos cannot be ruled out by the present IMB data. However, it appears safe to say that muon sneutrinos are not a viable candidate.
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We thank John LoSecco for useful conversations. The work of K.W.N. and K.A.O. was sup-portedi n part by DOE Grant No. DE-AC02-83 ER-40105.T he work of M.S. was supportedin part by NSF Grant No. PHY83-13324a, ndby the A.P. Sloan Foundation.