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RE: Debug error

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Ivi, Jun 26, 2010.

  1. Ivi

    Ivi Flightless Bird

    My question is about error messeges, when I go to Internet Explorer in a
    minute or two that I am in the web a message appear: Microsoft Visual C++
    Debug Library Debug error
    Program C:/Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
    (press Retry to debug the application)
    Abort Retry Ignore
    I've tried the 3 options and it does not work, when I retry it comes back my
    web page but only for a minute and the again the same message, what can I do
    it drives me crazi
    "dr_ahmed" wrote:

    > i recently know that dll files are files that system can understand them then
    > execute them,ok?
    > so,what is the difference between Dll files and Exe
     
  2. Unknown

    Unknown Flightless Bird

    In 'Internet Options' under browsing put a check on 'disable script
    debugging internet' and 'script
    debugging other'. Remove check from 'display a notification of every
    script error'.
    "Ivi" <Ivi@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:214A3106-6A90-46ED-8B61-AE9207FB11EA@microsoft.com...
    > My question is about error messeges, when I go to Internet Explorer in a
    > minute or two that I am in the web a message appear: Microsoft Visual C++
    > Debug Library Debug error
    > Program C:/Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
    > (press Retry to debug the application)
    > Abort Retry Ignore
    > I've tried the 3 options and it does not work, when I retry it comes back
    > my
    > web page but only for a minute and the again the same message, what can I
    > do
    > it drives me crazi
    > "dr_ahmed" wrote:
    >
    >> i recently know that dll files are files that system can understand them
    >> then
    >> execute them,ok?
    >> so,what is the difference between Dll files and Exe
     

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