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Sure, would love some help. I am getting some strange messages when I start up the computer. Here are a couple of them:

NotifyAlert.exe - Common Language Runtime Debugging Services
Applications has generated an exception that could not be handled
Process id-0x408 (1032), Thread id-0x3f8 (1016)

Click OK to terminate the application
Click Cancel to debug the application

There is another message when you hit Cancel about a JIT Debugging ...
I can't remember but it says to check the event viewer so I did - I am going to try and attach a couple things that look important to me...
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Attached File  Security_IP_Event_Viewer.doc   45.01KB   24 downloadsAttached File  ip_system_even_viewer.doc   110KB   14 downloads
Don77,
Sure, would love some help. I am getting some strange messages when I start up the computer. Here are a couple of them:

NotifyAlert.exe - Common Language Runtime Debugging Services
Applications has generated an exception that could not be handled
Process id-0x408 (1032), Thread id-0x3f8 (1016)

Click OK to terminate the application
Click Cancel to debug the application

There is another message when you hit Cancel about a JIT Debugging ...
I can't remember but it says to check the event viewer so I did - I am going to try and attach a couple things that look important to me.

I don't know what I did but there are other errors popping up depending on what I am trying to access, especially my MS Office toolbar - seems to be gone and can't get it back even with re-installation.

I know too much info at once. Anything you can help with will be greatly appreciated.

crlyn3

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Notifyalert.exe is a process belonging to Dell support which notifies you regarding critical

Go ahead and disable it, see if that gets rid of the error message
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