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An odd message on my computer

I use a HP Pavillion 1200e computer. When I am on some websites a message pops up in the middle of my screen. It reads ''A runtime error has ocurred. Do you want to debug?'' If I hit YES nothing happens. If I hit NO the message disappears but reappears within a few seconds. If I hit NO repeatedly the message might disappear for as long as a minute.
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  • les6 Jan 27, 2009

    I went to the windows update site. It appears that I have to get a code and download some sort of membership. Is that correct?

  • les6 Jan 30, 2009

    Thanks to you all. My Windows is genuine, and your suggestion solved the problem!!

  • Frank
    Frank May 11, 2010

    what browser are you using?

    IE6 or IE7 or other?

  • megax01
    megax01 May 11, 2010

    Does your browser or any other program you are using freeze when this msg pops up?

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This sounds accurate, you probably do need an update, you don't need a membership, however microsoft uses something called "Genuine Windows Advantage". That checks to see if your copy of windows is valid before it will allow you to do some of the upgrades. Once you have a valid copy you shouldn't have a problem.

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No!
go to start>>program>> windows update.
it will take you to the Microsoft update web site.
the program will autmatically check for updates. once it is doen, it will ask to download and install the updates. click OK or Continue. restart teh PC after the donwload and installation is completed.

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You need to update your Microsoft .NET framework. Do this at the regular Windows update site.

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

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    Dick Jan 27, 2009

    No, you don't need a code or any sort of membership. You DO need to allow Microsoft to validate your copy of Windows. If you are using a stolen copy it won't work.

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