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#1 frustratedgamer

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Posted 26 June 2012 - 02:50 PM

Since I am out of school for the summer, the only thing I really use my computer for is posting pictures of the kids on facebook and playing games on facebook and pogo. There is an update that isn't working on my computer. I keep getting the message that there is an update available, and while I update this same update over and over, it won't update. I think it has something to do with a security. I have downloaded Secunia, updated PC tools antivirus, downloaded Microsoft C++ redistributable, and one more thing that was suppose to repair it. Two of the things detected problems but wanted money to repair it. I didn't pay to have it broke and I think that a true fix wouldn't cost me to repair the problem. I am not very computer literate. All of the things I've tried have been suggestions from friends who know more than me.
I turned off automatic updates, and they keep turning themselves back on. I can do a system restore and be able to play for a few minutes, but then it updates again and I'm back to the assertion error. Here's what it says:
Assertion failed!
Program:...
File:common\npn_gate.cpp
Line:267

Expression:pPluginShim

For information on how your program can cause an assertion failure, see the Visual C++ documentation on asserts

(Press Retry to debug the application-JIT must be enabled)

I have googled C++ errors and that's how I got the two programs that wanted me to pay to fix them. I don't know what JIT is or how to see if it's enabled. Can anyone help me?

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Posted 26 June 2012 - 03:26 PM

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