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    Default Zune Debug Error

    I posted this over on the Zune forums but I figured I'd put it here too since you guys are pretty spiffy Tech Support.

    When I updated to the new software it installed and as it was building my library (again) it crashed for no apparent reason. Now every time I open up the Zune software I get this error => http://img524.imageshack.us/img524/7...7024739ic5.png ... Nothing is working. I tried uninstalling the Zune software and reinstalling it to no avail. Help?

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    You have any custom codec pack installed? CCCP, K-Little?

    Uninstall it, install zune, reinstall the pack
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    No. I don't have any codecs other than Divx and Matroska.

    Ze Tred => http://forums.zune.net/16540/ShowPost.aspx#16540

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    Just in time debugger is something that Visual Studio installs. I've had it pop up a few times (probably since I had Watson shut off, as the one guy says). I'm not sure WHAT causes it to pop up... an unhandled event exception or something. Basically, Zune crashed.

    I'd roll back the software. Uninstall it, go back to the working version.

    Either that or your going to have to clean all traces of it out of your system (including whatever files your library is stored in... not nessisarily the music files, but whatever holds the metadata and such).

    After uninstalling and rebooting, a registry cleaner might be a good idea (System Mech, Tune-up, CCleaner... etc).
    Vol~

    thanks to Silverwmoon!

 

 

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