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How to enable just-in-time debugging

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by Yehhanyos, Jun 3, 2008.

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  1. Yehhanyos

    Yehhanyos Thread Starter

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    HI .. first time here ..

    Could anyone please tell me how to do that ? (XP SP3 OR 2)
    Thanks ~~
     
  2. Yehhanyos

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    To enable/disable Just-In-Time debugging
    And my question is .. which "TOOLS" it's talking about?
     
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    Hi Yehhanyos,

    Welcome to TSG ! :)

    Visual Studio.

    You may find appropriate information on this link.
     
  4. Yehhanyos

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    You won't find Visual Studio on your computer if you have not installed it yourself. It's a software designed to build Microsoft applications and it is not included in whatever Windows installation.
    What program did you run that caused an error ?
     
  6. Yehhanyos

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    Thank for your reply again !! it's a software that's a similar to a search engine and after i search for something ..it shows me a lot of results .. everytime i try to open any result .. i get this error
    Sorry for the poor english !!
     
  7. Irishop

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    Every post i have seen about this says there is 3 Checkbox options once you click on JIT debugger. Well i only have 2. I am missing Native. How can get native to show up?
     
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