Oct 5 2007

Turn Off Vista’s Error Reporting

 computer When a problem occurs on your computer?for example, if a program stops working?you can send a description of the problem to Microsoft to see if a solution is available. If Microsoft needs more information to solve the problem, you might be asked to provide additional details. Windows will ask if you want to send this information, or you can choose to send it automatically. But you can opt out and not send any info or adjust what you want to send.

I’m not sure if this actually helps or not, I mean look how long we have been sending reports back on XP and we still have problems. But its up to you.

  1. Click the Start Orb.
  2. Start typing Problem in the Search box.
  3. Click Problem Reports and Solutions in the results under Programs.
  4. Under Tasks, Click change settings.
  5. Click Advanced Settings.
  6. Click OFF under for my programs, problem reporting is.
  7. Click Ok when finished. Click close on the warning dialog box

To see Screen shots for the process, Click the Read the rest of this entry link.

1. Click the Start Orb.

2. Start typing Problem in the Search box.

3. Click Problem Reports and Solutions in the results under Programs.

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4. Under Tasks, Click change settings.

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5. Click Advanced Settings.

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6. Click OFF under for my programs, problem reporting is.

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7. Click Ok when finished. Click close on the warning dialog box

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