"Windows is searching for a solution" disable ?

#1
Hello, whenever a program crashes/freezes, and I use the control panel to close it, there comes a popup window telling me "windows is searching for a solution to this problem".
Is it possible to somehow disable that option, as it's really annoying and it never finds anything.
I just want to quickly close the program and continue with what I'm doing, not wait for something I don't need or want.

Using win7 home.
 


#2
Hi.

Yes, you can disable that. Type services.msc in the start menu then hit enter. Disable the Windows Error Reporting service and stop it too.
 


Mitchell_A

Excellent Member
#3
Great post - had forgotten you could disable that myself.
 


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