I am writing this article as an update to an old post in which one I offered some help in removing “just-in time debugging” pop-up message. It seems that the old method doesn’t help you guys too much, despite the fact that for me was working just perfect. So, here a couple of new methods, part of them successfully tested by me over the years. Hope these will get you all into the right track :)
1. The registry method:
Open up the registry window by clicking on START and writing in run command: regedit (in translation reg(istry) edit). Hit OK.
Now go to:HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows Script\Settings\JITDebug
Make it 0.
This is doing practically the same thing as the method I have been presented into the old post but since for some of you is not working, maybe there was a glitch and hopefully this new one will do the job.
2. DrWatson method:
START / Run / type cmd and hit OK / type drwtsn32 -i and hit enter.
3. Disable Virtual Studio JIT Debugger:
Control Panel > Admin Tools > Services and disable Visual Studio JIT Debugger, if exist. If not, take a ride through system services that are pointing to one of the following software:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\VS7Debug\vs7jit.exe
Disable anything you get related to these services. Or better, look after that executable into your computer files and rename them.
As an ultimate advice, download and install CCleaner and search and remove every registry entries from old deleted and uninstalled programs which can possible screw up your computer and make it generate errors and pop-up messages like this one.
Another advice is to remove IE developer’s toolbar. I’d been using it in the past, too. Now I open Firefox and there is that golden tool for developers, named Firebug so I almost forget IE and its bull-crap.
Good luck with removing of Just in time debugging pop-up and let me know if any of these methods help.