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Common Language Runtime Debugging Services

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework

Application has generated a exception that could not be handled.

Process id=0xb0c (2828), Thread id=0x910 (2320).

Click OK to terminate the application

Click CANCEL to debug the application.

Now ive dont all of that, when i click OK the message just disapears all the way, but when I click CANCEL a differnt message appears. It says,

No Debugger found.

Registered JIT debugger is not avilable. An attempt to launch a JIT debugger with the following command resulted in a error code of 0x2 (2). Please heck computer settings.

Cordbg.exe !a 0b0c

Click on retry to have the proess wait while attaching a debugger manually.

Click on Cancel to ab

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