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mike14

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I am currently trying to install a printer on our network. The problem I'm running into is when I insert the disk, a Visual Studio Just-In-Time Debugger pops up. Anyone know what this is a why it would pop up when trying to start an install of a printer? I have never seen this before.

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Do you or did you ever have visual studio installed?
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I believe it is installed on the server that I'm installing the printer on, but we have previously installed the same type printer and I don't remember having this pop up.
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It sounds like the JIT Debugging is enabled. You can try and disable that. Does it prevent you from installing the printer?
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Yes, When I close the debugger it stops the install. Where can I turn this feature off?
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1) In Internet Explorer, select Tools -> Options
2) On the Internet Options dialog, go to the Advanced tab
3) Make sure that both of these options are checked:

X Disable Script Debugging (Internet Explorer)
X Disable Script Debugging (Other)
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Thanks, I'll give it a try.
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