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Teggo

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Everytime I start my computer I keep getting this message!


COMMON LANGUAGE RUNTIME DEBUGGER ERROR

application has generated an exception that could not be handled

Process id=0xc74 (3188), Thread id=0xc78 (3192).



It also says that a debugger is not available.

Please can someone help? :whistling: :blink: :help:
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Have you installed any new software, any new downloads, made changes to anything recently?
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Yes I have lots. I have installed office xp and downloaded the new version of windows live mail, messenger, toolbar and incredimail plus lots of updates from microsoft .com.
Do you know how to repair or solve this ?
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Go to Start -> Run -> type "msconfig" without the quotes

Click on the Startup tab

Post what is listed there and has a green check next to it.

Thanks
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Do I have to do this manually as I have tried copy and paste but it does not work. But all boxes have a green check.
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You could take a couple screen shots and post those.

Select the msconfig box and hit Alt + Print Screen

Then paste in the post.
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This dosn't seem to work. What shall I do now.
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