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JIT: JIT Debugging failed with the following error: 0 x 800405a6

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Dear experts!

I got a following warning:

"JIT: JIT Debugging failed with the following error: 0 x 800405a6. Please check the documentation topic "Justin_time debugging errors" for more information."

My questions are:

Q1: What is this warning about?

Q2: May I ignore the warning?

Q3: If I may ignore it, how can I keep the warning from showing?

Thanks a lot!

duta

July 11, 2006, at 11:49 am
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JIT is the Just-In-Time compiler for Java.  Don't know much beyond that, but you can prolly safely ignore it by going to IE > tools > Internet options > Advanced > then put a tick in the box next to "Disable Script Debugging (Internet Explorer)" and also "Disable Script Debugging (Other)"
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