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Disable  Debugger in XP

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I am having a program access problem in Windows XP Pro. I get an error message that I need to disable the debugger. How do I do that?
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Try unchecking the "Disable script debugging" in IE > Tools > Internet Options > Advanced > and under "browsing"

Also check here:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/321410
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How to disable script debugger in IE:
http://www.tweakxp.com/article36986.aspx

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Sorry - rpggamergirl - you got there first...

Make sure that you are not a member of the debuggers group.

go to Start, Run, type control userpasswords2

D-click your username - and make sure you are not a member of the "Debugger Users" in the group membership tab.
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That's alright, not to worry.... :)

I'm off for the night, have fun answering questions and235100, :)
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