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A runtime error has ocurred. Do you want to debug?

You asked if my computer freezes up when I get this message. Yes, nothing more works until I click on NO to the question.

Thanks for your interest and help.

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Have you done a System restore?


GO TO: Start>>>>Accessories>>>>>System Tools>>>>System restore and set it back to a good working day.

Hope this works for you.

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