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Thanks to lytlegelfling after I removed the dell support program and the jit debugger message disappeared. Thanks again.

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How can I remove the Dell Support program? I went into the add/remove programs and tried to remove it, but it cancels halfway through and won't remove it!
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I'AM HAVE AN HP MEDIA CENTER 873n. AND I'M RUNNING INTO THE SAME PROBLEM TRYING 2 GET THE MEDIA CENTER TO OPEN. DOES ANYONE KNOW THE SOLUTION.

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You clearly did not call DELL support- As all of their Tech Support people are located in the United States.

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I was having the same problem. For once, a windows help page actually helped.

Try:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...e_debugger.asp

Title of the Page:
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Launching the Debugger Automatically
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what program do you have to get in order to execute the above process.

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"Registered JIT debugger is not available".

Easiest fix after long hours of searching is to reinstall .Net v1.0
1. Break out your Win Xp CD.
2. Choose "Perform additional tasks" from the menu.
3. Choose "Install .Net Framework" from the secondary menu.
You'll have to reboot once during this.
4. Go to "Start > All Programs > Windows Update" to get Service packs 2 & 3 if they're not on your Xp installation CD.

Cheers!
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I have a Toshiba Satellite Media Center Edition with the same JIT debugging error. This is how I fixed my problem:

Installing .NET Framework 2.0 breaks Windows Media Center
I got some feedback from Paul Ballard based on my blog post yesterday about why we block users from installing the .NET Framework 1.0 SDK on Windows Media Center and Tablet PC. In it, he noted that he tried to install beta versions of the .NET Framework 2.0 on his Media Center computer and it caused all sorts of problems and asked when this issue would be fixed. I posted a reply in the comments of the other post, but I wanted to post a standalone blog item to make this issue more visible.

The version of Media Center we're currently working on will have this fix so that you can install .NET Framework 2.0 and not have it interfere with Media Center functionality. In the meantime, you can use the following steps to manually fix your machine to work around this issue:

Go to %windir%\ehome on your Media Center machine
Create files named ehrec.exe.config, ehrecvr.exe.config, ehsched.exe.config, ehshell.exe.config and medctrro.exe.config
Open each of these files in notepad and add the following information to them:
<configuration>
<startup>
<supportedRuntime version="v1.0.3705" />
</startup>
</configuration>
Restart your machine so that the config file changes will take effect for processes that might have already been running when you created the files
Also, as a convenience, I created copies of these config files with the correct contents. So if you prefer, you can skip steps 1-3 above and instead simply download the config files from this location and extract the contents to %windir%\ehome on your machine and reboot and you should be good to


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I too was getting the same message, concidentally on a Dell. My fix was easier than what is posted here, so if the cause of your message is the same as mine, you may find this works.

My problem was occuring whenever the user of my VB.NET 2003 application would attempt to launch his program from his desktop shortcut. If he attempted to execute the exe directly it worked fine. Why? I have no idea, I checked the shortcut and it was fine, besides I dont think the user would even know how to edit the shortcut. I deleted the existing shortcut and created a new one and the problem went away.

I wish I knew why this helped, but I have no clue.

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Same problem with my SP2 XP Home. I found that the file causing the error was in my HP Image Zone Plus installation. This further led me to find that it was only partially installed. When I tried to re-install it...same thing. So I just removed the whole program and everythings been peaches and gravy.:D

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