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Microsofrt windows xp pro [debugger enabled]windows loads and stalls or freezes on entry cant go any further or open anything

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  • steve58051 May 11, 2010

    Have you tried booting the pc in safe mode (f8)?

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:) For what purpose you need a debugger when you can not fix your own mess :) ?!?

Which debugger have you installed? It must be a ring 0 i guess if auto loading drivers (SoftIce, Syser or RR0D .. WinDBG will not crash your OS )

Just go SafeMode and remove all autorun entries for the debugger ( drivers included ), use autoruns from M$ Technet ( SysInternals ), or just System Restore to previous point where you were not trying things that are out of your league ;)

A piece of advice :
For debugging use dedicated machine or virtual one

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Disable the debugger by booting in safe mode and then disabling the debugger.

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I was just reading the thread! Kinda hilarious though.
JIT is used to catch real time errors especially run-time. It is very useful for developers. To catch un handled exceptions.
Jit comes as a part of Visual Studio. If you do not know how to manage Jit its better not to install Visual Studio (no skills to manage it will give you lots of trouble). Just the programing skills does not make a good developer. Well its not a fault of VS developer team or Bill Gates. Doh!
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Some developers set programs to use Jit and Jit will be enabled instead of Dr.Watson. Dr.Watson will be invoked in serious errors however. Its obvious. But specially if you have installed Visual Studio, you will be using JIT as well. JiT overrides the Dr.Watson Program. But you can reverse it back using two methods.
Its a third party piece however. I wonder why these MSDN people do not know how to provide a complete answer. Each and every person does not understand Administration of programs. So its their responsibility. That is a laughing matter though. But people will be pissed off. Can't blame them either. Some of them are not familiar with regedit tools. So the answers have to be flexible and complete.
The bad behavior of JIT is it will suspend the program an once when an error occur. You will never be allowed to run further. So its kinda piece of ****. It also has security issues with it.
Unfortunately if a program Invokes JIT intensionally its not possible to reverse the process.
Stop JIT while you have Visual Studio installed (Its a stupid thing to uninstall it without removing JIT. No way!)
How this thing will be enabled?

  1. Open VS:
  2. Go to Tools and then Options.
  3. In the Options Dialog box Double click Debugging and then click JIT
  4. Enabling options:
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  • Native
  • Script
Click on OK.
This sets the Registry key and will start JIT. So do the Revers to Disable it.
You have to Disable the Keys. Method one:
  1. Click on Start Menu and Type Run (for P Hit Run box)
  2. Type in regedit and hit Enter
  3. Expand the Keys to located the place
  4. HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AeDebug\Debugger is one location.
  5. HKLM\Software\Microsoft\.NETFramework\DbgManagedDebugger
  6. Delete these keys. Or set the Auto key's value to 1.
  7. On a 64bit system the paths will be: HKLM\Software\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\...
  8. You may need to reboot the system as well.
Method two: Enable Dr.Watson using an alternative method:
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  • Hit enter
If you were using a third party debugger read this Microsoft Support
Next step

Open Start>Control Panels>Internet Options: Advanced and activate (check box)

  • Disable Script Debugging (Internet Explorer)
  • Disable Script Debuggung (Other)


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Using third party tools and software may enable this tool. If you detect one you have to avoid using it. Just posted this in the MSDN thread as well.
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