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Debugging Error




"A Runtime Error has occurred. Do you wish to Debug? Line: 2 Error: Access is denied."
How many times have you received this error prompt on your Internet Explorer? It obviously wants you to debug. If you're a developer, and it's your website that you are viewing, then you can fix the problem directly. However, more often than not, the problem is not yours to fix.
This is actually just a minor problem. You only have to turn off the warning messages on your internet explorer. You can simply go to the Internet Explorer menu bar, click on Tools and go to Internet Options. Once there, you click on the Advanced tab. On the menu, find Disable Script Debugging and mark it with a check. Once you have done this, you will not see any more script error warnings.
You may also try other browsers such as Mozilla, Google chrome, Opera and others. Every browser reacts differently to script or runtime errors, so they may be the simplest way to resolve this dilemma.
Windows applications sometimes display this Debug error. In this case, it is not a simple matter of turning off the warnings on your IE. These are critical applications that you need for your computer. It is imperative that you fix these problems. Ignoring this may lead to more serious problems that are more difficult to resolve.

There is a way to debug your windows and avoid any more serious computer problems. You may debug your Windows applications through using the Windbg Debugger and accessing the Registry Editor.
1. Click Start and choose Run.
2. On the dialog box, type regedit and click OK. This will take you to the Registry Editor.
3. Locate the specific registry subkey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options
4. Right click, choose New and then click on Key. You will notice that New Key #1 appears and is ready for editing.
5. Rename it to ImageName and press Enter.
6. Right click the registry subkey, point to New and choose String Value. You will notice that New Value #1 appears and is ready for editing.
7. Rename it to Debugger and press Enter.
8. On the Value data box, type DebuggerPath and click OK.

Important Reminder: The process involves the modification of your Windows registry. If you modify this incorrectly, this will result to serious problems with your computer. You should make sure to follow the steps carefully. If any error occurs, you may correct this by using a registry utility that will scan and fix any registry errors

 

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