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Re: Assert in LSP
The reinterpret_cast operator can be used for conversions such as char* to int*, or One_class* to Unrelated_class*, which are inherently unsafe. The result of a reinterpret_cast cannot safely be used for anything other than being cast back to its original type. Other uses are, at best, nonportable Visual Basic operand
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Wild Tangent makes a lot of little games that probably came
pre-installed on your computer. It usually has an updater (good to
disable that). Use the System Configuration Utility to see what is
starting with Windows and disable it - look for anything connected
with Wild Tangent.
This brings up the System Configuration Utility. Look on the Startup
tab and find the probable culprit. Uncheck the box next to its name,
Apply and OK out.
Restart the PC and the error message should stop.
Alternatively you could go into the control panel and uninstall any game that's associated with Wild Tangent.
An 'ASSERT' is a test, coded in some programming-languages,
e.g., the 'CPP' ("C-Plus-Plus") language, to say "if some-condition1 equals some-condition2 then continue to run this program", e.g., 'ASSERT X+Y = Z'.
If the logical-condition is false (e.g., X=1 and Y=2 and Z=99),
then you get an "assert-failure", and the program halts itself.
Now, why you get that condition, and what LSP (Layered Service Provider) has to due with apparently trying to install a security-patch downloaded from Microsoft, is another question.
Call Microsoft: 1-866-PC-SAFETY if you were installing a security-patch, and they, for free, will troubleshoot.
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