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Visual C++ error debug assertation Failed!

Good day folks, I have a client running a Dell workstation with Windows XP S2 installed. It's a home computer. Recently she has been getting the following error message . TITLE BAR OF WINDOW Microsoft Vusual C++ Debug Library  /  CONTENT OF WINDOW  Red X Debug Assertion Failed! Program: C:\program files\microsoft Visual Studio 8\vc\include\Xtree Line: 293   /  Expression: map/set iterators incompatible    /    ABORT   RETRY   IGNORE   buttons
Ok so I looked on my own system and don;t even have this folder so that didn't help. she has mentioned that this happens usually while in Internet Explorer, sorry I can not confirm the version either 6 or 7 at this time.
I have downloaded and installed the latest Visual C++ redistributable from MS just a week ago, but to no avail.

Greatly appreciate anyones help here.

Mike R
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and235100Commented:
This might help (background info):
http://www.codeguru.com/forum/showthread.php?t=315371

As to what to what is causing the problem - probably an IE add-on.
Disable them in Internet Options (http://kylescove.com/disabling-internet-explorer-add-ons/)

See if the issue persists.
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CompservicesAuthor Commented:
first off thanks for the background info. Second ASAP I will check out her extensions and see if we find a culprit.


Thanks

Mike R
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CompservicesAuthor Commented:
sorry folks, this one got away from me.  the solution was the comment by and235100

It was an add on to IE 7.

Points go to you, and thank you

Mike R
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and235100Commented:
If you don't mind - which add-on was responsible?
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and235100Commented:
Thank you - I am glad you found out what was causing the issue.
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CompservicesAuthor Commented:
Actaully we disabled several so I don;t have a specific, But one that comes to mind is called the Viewpoint viewer.

Mike R
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