For the last little while now I have been getting the odd “Just-In-Time Debugger” runtime errors when different programs have a problem and the program that encounters this terminates in an unspecified way. From what I have been able to deduce, this is a common problem with ones that at one time had a copy of Visual Studio installed which uses JIT debugger, even if the uninstall it later, JIT is still used. Even the Microsoft site gives no help in removing this default completely. The usual debugger is Dr. Watson and I have re-enabled it as the regular debugger and reset the registry from JIT. Since I have done that, now every time Comodo does a check for updates, I get a new error that comes right after the pop-up ballon the comes above the system tray. This has a white box and Comodo is across the top with a download bar indicating the progress but before it gets to the end, it dissappears and the dialog pops up with the new error and an incomplete path of exactly which program it is that failed or had the error. All I get is:
"Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. Please contact the application’s support team for more information.
Then the update quits instantly. But what application?
Does anyone know exactly what this means and what Comodo program this might be, what it needs to run correctly and how I can reinstall the necessary files to get update to run again?