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Friday, February 24, 2012

Disable problem and error reports(Windows XP, Vista, 7)

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              After a program crashes, Windows asks whether data about this problem should be sent to Microsoft. You always say no. Now you want to disable the error reports completely.
              The process might diff er slightly depending on the Windows version used, but normally you need to disable the function manually and then deactivate the relevant service as well.
              Under Windows XP, double click the ‘System’ icon in the control panel. Then go to the ‘Advanced’ tab and click ‘Error reporting’. Select the option ‘Disable error reporting’. You also need to uncheck the control box ‘But notify me when critical errors occur’. Then click ‘OK’ and the function is disabled.
              Under Vista, click ‘System and Maintenance’ in the Control Panel and then ‘Problem reports and solutions’. Then click the ‘Change Settings’ link. Then select the option ‘Request search if a problem occurs’ and click ‘Advanced Settings’. Now set the status of the error reporting for some programs to ‘Off ’. Confirm the open dialog box with OK.
                Under Windows 7, click ‘System and Security’ in the control panel and then ‘Service center’. There, click the ‘Change Service center settings’ link and then ‘Settings for error reporting’. Here, select the option ‘Never search for solutions’ and confirm the dialog box with ‘OK’.
                In order to deactivate the relevant service under XP, double click ‘Administrative Tools’ and then ‘Services’ in the control panel. Double click the ‘Error Reporting Service’ entry. In the ‘General’ tab, change the start type to ‘Disabled’. Then click ‘Apply’ and ‘OK’ and close all dialog boxes.
                Under Vista and Windows 7, enter ‘services.msc’ in the search fi eld of the Start menu and open the ‘Services’ dialog box. Double click the ‘Windows error reporting service’ entry here. In the ‘General’ tab, change the start type to ‘Disabled’ and then click ‘Apply’ and then ‘OK’.


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