The CLR has been unable to transition from COM context.

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The CLR has been unable to transition from COM context.

I just want this message turned off.  The CLR can deal with it.
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Hello collages,

this is more a backgrounder on the fact that the message could be popping up unnecessarily

there are 2 things to try
1. goto "Debug", "Exceptions..." menu
2. Managed Debugging Assistants, uncheck ContextSwitchDeadlock

or see how to disable it from the registry

hope this helps a bit

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collagesAuthor Commented:
This was dead on.  Thanks.
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