Posted by: SiRu | December 21, 2009

Enable or Disable Error Reporting in Windows 7

Issue: How do I Enable or Disable Error Reporting in Windows 7

Solution:

Windows Error Reporting is the set of feedback technologies built-in to Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows7 and Microsoft Windows Server 2003 operating systems. Windows Error Reporting captures software crash and hang data from end-users who agree to report it. Microsoft can use your reports to track and fix problems with the operating system and with programs.Unlike Windows XP error reporting Windows 7 allows you to control how and what data to be reported when any error occurs. Trust me, Windows Error Reporting doesn’t work as expected, most of the time it fails. So Its better we disable it.  Here is how

1. In Windows 7, Click on Start, Control Panel then go to Action center.
2. Now expand “Maintenance” Tab and click on “settings” under “Check for solutions to problem Reports”.

Windows 7 Error Reporting

Disable Windows 7 Error Reporting

3. Now check (tick mark) “Never check for solutions” option  amd Click on OK button.

Windows 7 Error Reporting

Disable Windows 7 Error Reporting

4. If you need to disable for all users then click on “Change report settings for all users” and chose appropriate option.

My Comment: I always disable this feature because it NEVER worked for me. lol

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Responses

  1. How to disable Windows Error Reporting
    http://4sysops.com/archives/how-to-disable-windows-error-reporting/

  2. How To Disable Error Reporting In Windows 7
    http://www.addictivetips.com/windows-tips/how-to-disable-error-reporting-in-windows-7/

  3. Enable / Disable Windows 7 Error Reporting
    http://www.syschat.com/enable-disable-windows-7-error-reporting-5394.html


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