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Debug XP during Logoff

Posted on 2008-10-10
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Hi,

When I logoff my user account I see for half a second an error box with a critical beep.  It flashes too fast before the logoff completes.  Also, there are no errors in the event viewer.

Is there a way to "single step" or debug the logoff process so that I can see that error?

Thanks,
Jack
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Hi,

make a movie with your digicam and then use "single step" in a viewer to get to the time when the error occurs.

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Kurt
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