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BrianTheLoser

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Every time I start up my laptop it starts to install "PhotoGallery", and then it keeps popping back up until I cancel it about 5-6 times. Then I get a dialog which says "Microsoft .NET Framework - An unhandled exception has occurred in a component in your application. Click continue and application will ignore this error and attempt to contine." In details is says something about JIT Debugging. No matter how many times I hit continue it keeps coming back. Help please?
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Have you tried a thorough scan with with antimalware programs? You may use the link in my signature to the malware forum of G2G and run all the prelliminary steps. if still no good follow the instructions and post a HJT report.
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I believe that you are actually experiencing a Windows Installer error.
Sometimes Installer 'thinks' it has unfinished business. In your case, with Photo Gallery. The .NET error is likely due to a Photo Gallery hook.

If Photo Gallery came on a disc, allow the Installer to continue to the point at which it asks for the disc. Insert it and let installer finish its business.

If Photo Gallery was installed from a file, it will be necessary to un- and then re-install it.

If Photo Gallery has been uninstalled, use the "Installer Cleanup Utility:
http://support.micro...kb;en-us;290301

Download, install, and run the Utility. It will present a list of applications for which Installer has references. Click Photo Gallery once to highlight, and then press the Remove button at the lower right.
The errors will stop.

Do not use the Utility on any program that you want to remain functional. A re-installation to the same directory will be required.
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