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keep getting a want to debug message on program crash.

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get1tg00d

Guest
#1
does anyone know how to turn the message off.

heres the message:
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
The instruction at "some number" referenced memory at "some number". The memory could not be "written".

Click on OK to terminate the program
Click on CANCEL to debug the program
---------------------------------------------------------------------------

i had visual studios installed thats why its asking me that but now i uninstalled it so it shouldnt. does anyone know how to turn it off.
 

2z

OSNN Gamer
#2
My Computer properties
Advanced tab / system & recovery settings
write debugging information - set it to none

while your there - untick - automatic restart
now if you have a problem you'll get a BSOD with error details

:cool:
 
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allan

Guest
#3
2Z - I may be mistaken, but I don't think that's the problem in this instance. He's not talking about a crash dump but a specific program problem.
 

2z

OSNN Gamer
#4
Quite right Allan

I was bit hasty in the response

the underlying problem really needs to be addressed 1st

Start - run - MSCONFIG & disable all startup items
enable each program one at a time, until the error occurs again, identifying the offending program.

then if the problem reoccurs - all I can suggest is visit the programs website & see if they have a fix for it.
 
#5
I’ve had this problem with Outlook Express since XP service pack one was installed. It fires-up ok, runs ok but when you close it up comes the same error message that you’re getting, but that’s all, no other problems, so I’ve just ignored it.
 
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get1tg00d

Guest
#6
TwoZigzagColt45 its any program that crashes on me. I had visual studios installed and when something would crash it would debug it for me. Now i uninstalled it and when something crashes it still asks me to debug it but i have nothing installed to debug it with. Its nothing serious it just irritating.
 
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allan

Guest
#7
Take a look in event viewer and see if there are any errors.

You say all programs are crashing - what error messages are you getting?
 
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get1tg00d

Guest
#8
in the event viewer it doesnt have any of the programs that crashed on me in there. allan not all, just when a program crashes it gives me the error message wanting to debug. the error message i get is the one i put at the top.

before when something crashed it just exited the program. now when something crashes it gives me that message.

i appreciate you guys trying to help.
 

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