Script errors are the error messages that appear on your internet browser, either Internet Explorer or Mozilla FireFox or other ones; that seem to appear out of nowhere. This is because many times the script will not encounter any errors until the actual error in the code written in the script has not yet been accessed. Typically the errors are encountered by the user or visitor of the website as the scripts are written by the website owners.
The first way to fix script errors is to ensure that the programs that use the scripts, the internet browsers, are working correctly. To ensure this the best thing to do is to check to see if there are any newer versions of the browsers or if there are patches that could have been made to fix the script errors. If all the updates are current the next thing to do is to run a full scan with a registry cleaner as this will often find issues within the registry which could be causing the browsers to not work correctly and be the causes of these script errors.
The next thing that can be done is to disable all scripts on pages which will get rid of the errors; however by disabling these scripts some of the functionality of the actual website will be shut down as the scripts do perform actions on the page. To do this in Internet Explorer just follow these directions:
Have Internet Explorer open.
Left click on the Tools menu.
Left click on the Internet Options menu item.
Left click on the Advanced tab.
Left click on the box that is labeled “Disable script debugging”
Uncheck the box beside “Display a notification about every script error”
Left click on the OK button.
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