How to troubleshoot script errors in Internet Explorer on …
Aug 17, 2009 … If you decide to ignore the errors, you can disable script
debugging. … If the script error does not occur when you view the Web page
I have using SystemSuite first own by Ontrack then sold out to VCOM and
continues to as a part of Avanquest Software since 2005.
But nevertheless, Since ver 5 this software has always been born with a
problem and now since the release of ver 9. Now when using Internet Explorer now
you received a script error on some website like Yahoo and amazon.com like these big companies there website always have Script Error.
Are you getting annoying messages such as "A Runtime Error has occurred?
Do you wish to Debug?" or "Internet Explorer Script Error. An error has occurred in the script on line 1. Do you wish to continue running scripts on this page?" http://support.microsoft.com/kb/933873
There are three reasons why these problems occur. The first is that the web page author made some programming error. The second reason may be that you are running a pop-up killer that closes pop-up windows so fast that the script on the web page fails. The third is that you might have some adware or spyware installed on your computer that opens the script error pop-ups.
How to disable script and runtime errors
You can configure Internet Explorer to ignore these script and runtime errors. Please follow this step-by-step guide:
1. Open Internet Explorer.
2. Click on Tools, then on Internet Options.
3. Click on the Advanced tab.
4. Look for the "Disable script debugging" line and put a check
mark in the box.
5. Now look for the "Display a notification about every script
error" line and remove the check mark in the box.
If you still get the script or runtime error messages after disabling them in
Internet Explorer, the problem might be that you have some unwanted spyware or adware installed on your computer. We recommend that you scan your computer with Bazooka Adware http://www.kephyr.com/spywarescanner/index.html?source=scripterror
and Spyware Scanner which seems to be frequently updated. SpyBot is also a great spyware scanner http://www.safer-networking.org/index2.html.
Also if this fails try this when you install SystemSuite it will make a
recovery check Point in SystemSuite.
1. Click on SystemSuite
2. Click on Recover
3. Then click on Restore Checkpoint
4. Click Scheduled Recovery Commander Checkpoint (the first one when you install SystemSuite)
5. Your computer will automatically reboot after you click NEXT.
If the problem is fix to keep this from happening again un check the Internet Speed option and always use Fix selected. I use Tuneup 2011 to Internet Speed to optimized the internet.
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