vinifera

skype errors

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our "family pc" has some troubles

it runs XP SP2

and 2 days ago we put skype on it, first day it ran ok

and then yesterday these started to pop-out when it was ran

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then i checked even viewer, and got these:

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PC was scanned with malwarebytes am, nothing was found, I removed previously installed vc++ redist 2005

and installed vc++ redist 2005 SP1 and 2010 SP1 (just in case), since errors were tied with MachineDebugManager :P

then since it mentions WUAUSERV i enabled win auto updates (altho it makes no logic to me), but still nothing was better

then I removed skype, and installed it fresh, again nothing

and this is the only app causing this mess

I don't know what else to do

any ideas ?

(we don't even mind the event errors, just those annoying popup errors for debug are pain in arse)

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for now it seems it worked, will give it 2-3 days then report back

also thanks alot !

It's amazing how IE can cause so much trouble -_-

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MDM (Machine Debug Manager) is an element of Microsoft Office and has nothing to do with Internet Explorer.

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it was not problem with mdm

but with ie's debug scripts

and skype seems to use IE components (you can hear its popular click sounds when it loads the frame)

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believe it or not a MS article actually helped (linked in 1st link that submix8c gave)

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/321410

this:

Open Internet Explorer.

On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.

Click the Advanced tab.

Click to select the Disable script debugging check box, and then click OK.

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Well, it seems that it is an indirect way to deactivate MDM, interesting especially if it can deactivate other MS debuging applications too.

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It's because IE is responsible for many system functions. The whole Windows Explorer interface IS actually IE.

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