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Visual Studio: Turning off the automatic debugging

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I''m starting to get really annoyed at Visual Studio asking me if I want to debug any and all applications that experiences errors. Especially as it''s definition of an error seem to be very sensitive (Pop-Up Stopper killing a window for instance, or stopping RealPlayer while it''s playing a movie). Does anyone know how to turn this off? I''ve tried removing the entry in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Microsoft/Windows NT/CurrentVersion/AeDebug which helped somewhat (it no longer complains 4 times when stopping a movie in RealPlayer), but it still pops up the "Do you want to debug this application" left and right. Any help/pointers/information is highly appreciated. - Neophyte

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