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Old 12-26-2007
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Windows Problem Reporting and WerFault.exe
RealPlayer sometimes crashes for 1 second at the start of a new song; it did
this on my old (XP) PC, too. However, in Vista; Windows Problem Reporting
jumps straight in and tells me the program's crashed and forces me to close
it, when really, I'm sure RealPlayer would recover after a second or two. Is
there any way to disable the Problem Reporting and WerFault.exe?

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disable problem reporting
You can disable problem reporting in Vista, which will stop SOME of this.
Control Panel->System and Maintenance->Problem Reports->Change Settings->Advanced Settings to turn this off (or on again).

Turning it off will at least reduce the senseless CPU/disk churn I have seen it create.
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Re: disable problem reporting
Sorry for creating a Lazarus thread here.

I have disabled error reporting on my system. Yet every time any program crashes there's that useless werfault window telling me the program crashed. I don't need this. The fact that I'm back at the desktop instead of using the program tells me it crashed, werfault is just another window to close before continuing. Is there some way to REALLY disable this?

I considered just removing werfault.exe but read that could cause problems, though the article failed to mention what problems.
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