Re: DEBUG Assertion Failure.
Thanks for that advise, I will give that a try and see if it does the trick!
"Rick Rogers" wrote:
> Hi John,
> As it happens while running IE, I'd suspect it's a plugin/addon problem.
> Click start and type "Internet Explorer", one of the entries in the menu
> should include (no add-ons), choose it. See if the problem still happens. If
> not, go into the Control Panel/Internet Options/Programs tab and click the
> button the manage addons. Start disabling those that load with IE.
> Best of Luck,
> Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVP
> Windows help - www.rickrogers.org
> My thoughts http://rick-mvp.blogspot.com
> "john stuart" <john_stuart@discussions_ms.com> wrote in message
> > Occasionally, but several times a day, while using IE 7 in Vista Ultimate,
> > a
> > Debug assertion error notice pop up appears. The window has "ignor retry
> > abort" buttons at the bottom, but regardless of the selection, eventually
> > the
> > result is that the IE session is closed. The Debug is called from a Visual
> > C++ installation on C:, yet Vista is running on H:. I figured I would
> > delete
> > the C++ file, but I can't find it listed in the path shown on the error
> > popup.
> > Any advise on what to do? I realize that the specific DEBUG message would
> > be
> > helpful here but I don't know how to access that error record, the Event
> > Viewer GUI is the biggest train wreck ever. I can't figure out how to
> > obtain
> > any relevant information from the Event Viewer.
> > And, MS wants to charge me for direct help with this problem, anouther
> > outrage IMO.
> > It's really gualling having to pay for debug help!
> > Any advise on how to procede with a possible solution is appreciated!
> > TIA