Disable error sending message of Windows XP

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Disable error sending message of Windows XP

Post by Doctor Inferno on 16th April 2008, 10:14 am

This tutorial will show you how to disable the error sending message whenever a program crashes.
If you don`t want your Windows XP system to activate the "send a report to Microsoft" option whenever a program on your computer crashes, here`s a helpful illustration to disable it.

First of all, you need to go to "Control Panel" then click on "System" icon, choosing the "ADVANCED" tab. The second step of this process would be a simple click on the "ERROR REPORTING" button where you make sure to check the "DISABLE ERROR REPORTING" option and to uncheck the "BUT NOTIFY ME WHEN CRITICAL ERROR OCCUR" option.


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Re: Disable error sending message of Windows XP

Post by Chosen1 on 19th April 2008, 2:19 am

Thank You!

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Re: Disable error sending message of Windows XP

Post by rattakua on 21st April 2008, 8:01 am

I didn't know this trick till now, thx

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