It happens that users of home computers or even terminals that are connected to a local (corporate) network, when visiting some Internet resources, face the fact that the script displays a script error. How to remove this message and how to fix the situation, we now look.
What is a script error?
It is errors in the codes of such additions that can cause conflicts with the opened HTML-pages, which leads to the appearance of a corresponding message. Now we'll look at the simplest methods to understand how to remove a script error. To date, they are distinguished by two. The first one is related to the settings of the "native" browser of Windows OS, the second one assumes more complex actions and consists of two stages.
Script error: how to remove it in Internet Explorer?
Unfortunately, among all Internet browsers known today Internet Explorer is prone to the appearance of such errors the most. Suppose a script error appeared in the browser window. How to remove it in the simplest way? Yes, just update the page (F5 key). Perhaps the appearance of such a message is not related to the download page, but at some point the connection failed.
On the other hand, the correct option may be to refuse to use this browser. Just install yourself something else, let's say, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Browser 360 or the same "Yandex. Browser." There are a lot of such programs on the Internet today.
But if you have firmly decided not to abandon Internet Explorer, let's see how to remove the "Script Error" window using the browser's built-in tools and the Windows operating system itself. Before the action begins in the message window, you need to click the "No" button to stop the execution of the scripts.
Now in the browser you need to use the service menu, where you select the property parameter (you can access it through the standard "Control Panel"), and then go to additional options.
Here we are interested in three fields. We put a tick in front of the lines containing the disabling of debugging scripts for both Internet Explorer and other browsers. On the contrary, the field for displaying notifications about each error is ticked off. It remains to press the "OK" button to save the changes and restart the computer system.
Now let's look at the situation when the script error again takes off. How to remove it using additional funds? Very simple. The matter is that conflicts can be connected also with wrong settings of the security system of the browser itself.
Here you will have to use the security tab in the browser properties and set the default level. After carrying out such actions, it is strongly recommended to completely clear the history of visits, delete cookies, temporary Internet files (clean the cache). But this, in general, is only an additional measure, and not the main way.
How to remove the script error when you start Windows using the system registry
Sometimes errors of this kind can occur even at the start of the operating system. Of course, it's impossible to say that this is some serious failure. Sooner or later the system will still boot. But the constant occurrence of such reports, to put it mildly, is acting on nerves.
Suppose that a script error appears when the system boots. How to remove it, you can understand if you use the system registry. To do this, you can use either the command line or the "Run" menu, where the regedit command is prescribed (by the way, if the system is not loaded, the command is entered directly in the download window after the message is issued).
In the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE branch, we find the permissions section, and in the context menu we select the user groups. In the new window from the bottom you need to install full access, then use the button for additional parameters.
Here, for all subjects, the permissions change is selected, and the type is set to "Allow", and checkboxes are also placed in front of the read and full access lines. Press the "OK" button to save the changes. A little difficult. True, and that's not all.
After you finish working with the registry, you need to reboot the system and call the command line again, where you have to register some commands one by one. In the simplest version, this is regsvr32 msxml.dll. Next with the unchanged first part of the command (regsvr32) through the space msxml2.dll, and then msxml3.dll.
If this does not help, the commands entered alternately will be larger (with the same unchanged first part of regsvr32 with a space after it): atl.dll, corpol.dll, dispex.dll, jscript.dll, scrrun.dll, scrobj.dll , Vbscript.dll, wshext.dll, msxml.dll, msxml2.dll, msxml3.dll, ole32.dll and oleaut32.dll. It goes without saying that after each input command, the Enter key is pressed.
So we figured out the topic "Script Error: How to remove it?" As for the proposed solutions, of course, using Internet Explorer settings is the simplest way, but it has its drawbacks. It may not work in case of using other browsers, and even more so when there are errors during system startup. So, for that matter, you'll have to use a more sophisticated technique with editing the system registry and entering specific commands, if the changes in the registry do not give a positive result.