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    How to remove just-in-time debugging message from Windows XP?

    Every time I log into my laptop running on Windows XP, I am getting just-in-time debugging message saying “new instance of Microsoft Script Editor. Do you want to debug using the selected debugger?” It is not possible to remove the message pop up even after performing a system restore. Is there any other way available to avoid this message?



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    Re: How to remove just-in-time debugging message from Windows XP?

    Highlight ‘Settings’ option from the start menu after clicking the ‘Start’ button and click the ‘Control Panel’ option. Click on the ‘Internet Options’ option afterwards and press the ‘Advanced’ tab inside the dialog box pop up on the screen. Find out ‘Disable Script Debugging (Internet Explorer)’ and ‘Disable Script Debugging (Others)’ options and select the checkbox next to each of them. Click on either ‘Apply’ or ‘OK’ button and then check whether the prompt message has disappeared or not. If this solution does not work, click the ‘Tools’ menu inside the debugger and hit the ‘Options’ option. Choose Debugging folder from the Options dialog box. You can then find ‘Enable Just-In-Time debugging of these types of code’ box on the screen. Clear the check box next to Managed, Native, and Script options inside that box. Press the ‘OK’ button available on the screen.

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