How to disable prompt to send crash data to Microsoft?

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  1. Nuspieds

    Nuspieds Active Member

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    Hi,

    The first weekend I go my Surface Pro, I ended up doing a Refresh due to some problem with one of my software installations.

    During the setup, I remember selecting the options to not send Microsoft any information. But, recently, when I reboot, from time-to-time after the boot, I get a message stating that my system had crashed and asking if I want to send the information to Microsoft.

    Is there a way to completely disable that? I don't ever want to be prompted for that because my answer is always "Don't send."

    Thanks!
     
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    It's in Action Center | Maintenance | Settings. There are 4 different options you can select. I know which one you will pick!
     
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    hi there =)

    Maybe it's this:

    Control Panel>System and Security>Action Center> Change Action Center settings (Left Hand Side) > Check the settings on the bottom that says Related Settings.
     
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    Hi all,

    Thanks very much for the info!!

    So this was all about checking for a solution? That's why they wanted the data?

    I'd rather be given an error code so that I can go to their website and search myself. :)

    Thanks again...I appreciate your help!
     

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