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by lizacat / November 1, 2004 8:54 AM PST

I keep getting a message about runtime errors asking me if I want to De-bug. What on earth is this and what do I do to fix.

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A link to similar questionin the Newbies forum with replies.
by Ray Harinec / November 1, 2004 10:06 AM PST
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Re: A link to similar questionin the Newbies forum with repl
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / November 1, 2004 11:11 AM PST

I don't think this is the same type of error.

I get the same message that lizacat gets. It works like this.

Using Internet Explorer, (yes I know, switch to Firefox, but I still use IE sometimes), I will click on a link and will get a Runtime error message giving the option to debug or not. Usually clicking yes does nothing or gives another error message saying debugging not allowed. If I click no, the web site continues to load normally.

This happened immediately after I installed the JPEG securtiy hole fix for Windows and Office applications. So I assumed it was something to do with that.

It hasn't caused me an problems, but I'm not sure if it has lizacats.

Don't ask me what type of Runtime error message. I have been trying to find one to give an example but of course I can't now, Happy


Mark

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Re: Run time error
by Cursorcowboy / November 1, 2004 8:32 PM PST
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Please note that just above the text editor (where you enter a question on the forum) is the following paragraph, and if certain information is not present in your question, our reply may not be of much help:

Tip: If you are asking for help to troubleshoot a computer-related problem, please be sure to include all the necessary information (ie: operating system, model number, hardware, software, etc) that will help others identify your problem for a speedy resolution.

1. When browsing various Web sites, an error messages similar to the following may be displayed, [Q309299]:

A Runtime Error has occurred.
Do you wish to Debug?
Line number
Error: Permission Denied.


Note: To generally resolve this issue, disable the script-debugging and script-error-notification options to see if it cures all.

a. Start Internet Explorer, click Tools, Internet Options, and then the Advanced tab.

b. Click to place a check mark in the box to enable the Disable script debugging.

Specifies whether you want to turn off your script debugger, if one is installed. Script debuggers are used by Web site developers to test programs and scripts on their Web pages.

c. Click to clear the Display a notification about every script error check box.

Specifies whether to display the actual script errors when a page does not appear properly due to problems with its scripting. This feature is off by default, but is useful to developers when testing Web pages.

d. Click Apply and then click OK to Exit.

2. Many various Runtime errors may be generated:

Note: The Msvcrt.dll file is the Microsoft Visual C Runtime file and it is distributed by many different sources. This file is normally located in the Windows\System folder.

a. should a system be infected with a virus, [Q259279]

b. if there is not enough free space on the hard disk or partition to which an attempting to save is made, [Q192753]

c. when attemping to use a program/application, such as WordPad, [Q252380]

d. when a system is booting into Windows, [Q193903]

3. Supplemental reading:

a. "Err Msg: A Runtime Error Has Occurred. Do You Wish to Debug? (Q233112)."

b. "BUG: MSXML 3.0 Causes a Problem in Segment Viewer (Q316930)."

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