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Microsoft Visual C++ Debug Library: Debug Error


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SeaLkeN^

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For a few days now and several times a day, Microsoft
Word (Office 2003) fails and quits when I try to save or
close a document or when I try to exit the application.
Each time the following message appears:

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Microsoft Visual C++ Debug Library

Debug Error !

Program: C:\ProgramFiles\MicrosoftOffice\Office11
\WINWORD.EXE

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in a unusual way

(Press Retry to debug the application)
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The only time I tried "Retry", the application quit
anyway.
I have done all the updates of Microsoft Office & Windows XP

Any ideas about what might be going on and how to fix it?

Thanks for your attention,

SeaLkeN¨

Edited by SeaLkeN^, 01 July 2006 - 10:34 AM.

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Hey there SeaLkeN^, we are so so sorry for the long 3 day wait, the forums are very bussy and it sometimes happends that a post is missed, sorry. Welcome to Geeks To Go Forums.

It seems that there is a problem with your Office 2003 application itself. You can fix this by uninstalling your Office 2003, goto:

> Start
> Control Panel
> Click "Add or Remove Programs"
> Search on the list and select "Microsoft Office 2003" and then click the option "Remove"
> After the uninstall, restart your computer.

Once you have followed the steps, try re-installing your Office 2003 and let me know if your problem still persists.

Cool :whistling:
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SeaLkeN^

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Hi spike_hacker_inc,

I did this already. I removed Microsoft Office 2003 and re-installed it, but the error still occurs :whistling:

thx 4 the help

Edited by SeaLkeN^, 04 July 2006 - 02:36 PM.

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Hello SeaLken^

Download Dial-a-fix from http://fileforum.bet...ll/1131569373/2

When you download it, double-click on it to extract all of its files. Then open the folder it creates. Double-click on the file called Dial-a-fix.

Put a check next to

Install Windows Script Host
Install VB6 runtime
Programming Cores/Runtimes
Object Linking Libraries (OLE)


Now click on GO at the bottom. The fix may take a while. Please be patient. Restart your computer when it is done.

Let me know if your problem still exists.
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SeaLkeN^

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Hi computerwiz12890,

I did the fix with these 4 options and restart the computer, but the same error still occurs :whistling: Thx for helping me :blink:

Edited by SeaLkeN^, 04 July 2006 - 02:43 PM.

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wannabe1

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Hi SeaLkeN^...

Do you have any Norton applications installed on the machine?

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Hi SeaLkeN^...

Do you have any Norton applications installed on the machine?

wannabe1


Hi wannabe1,

I have no Norton applications installed, I use AVG Free.
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One down...a kazillion to go... :whistling:

Start Internet Explorer. On the Tools menu, click "Internet Options". Under the "Advanced" tab, click to select the "Disable script debugging" check box...clear the "Display a notification about every script error" check box and click "OK".

Let me know what you find here...

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SeaLkeN^

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these options were checked, still the same error :s
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Sorry for the delay...seems I lost the subscription to your topic...I just found you in the Waiting room. I apologize! :whistling:

Do yu have more than one version of Office installed? Perhaps an expired trial version?
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SeaLkeN^

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Np Wannabe1,

No, only Office 2003, and its not a trial

Edited by SeaLkeN^, 18 July 2006 - 01:58 PM.

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How about Adobe Acrobat 7...is it installed?
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SeaLkeN^

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Yes, Adobe Reader 7 is installed on the computer.
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Is .net framework installed
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SeaLkeN^

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First of all: sorry for the delayed answer ! :whistling:
Went on a trip & other things, lots of things on my mind... :blink:

But yes, .net framework is installed on the PC.

Many thanks,

SeaLkeN^
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