Internet explorer-error script in this page

internet explorer-error script in this page

Fixes an issue in which Internet Explorer displays script error message unexpectedly. This issue occurs when a webpage calls the "showModalDialog" function. error has occurred on the script of this page CMainWnd is undefined" resolved by disabling script debugging. Troubleshooting. An Internet Explorer Script Error occurs when a web browser (Internet Explorer) experiences difficulties running a client-side script from a website.

youtube video

Fix script error an error has occurred in the script on this page windows 10/8/7

How to troubleshoot script errors in Internet Explorer

  • Article
  • 7 minutes to read

Important

The Internet Explorer 11 desktop application is retired fasm error operand size not specified out of support as of June 15, 2022 for certain versions of Windows 10.

You can still access older, legacy sites that require Internet Explorer with Internet Explorer mode in Microsoft Edge. Learn how.

The Internet Explorer 11 desktop application will progressively redirect to the faster, more secure Microsoft Edge browser, and will ultimately be disabled via Windows Update. Disable IE today.

This article solves the problem that the webpage can't be displayed when a script error occurs in Internet Explorer.

Original product version:   Internet Explorer 11, Internet Explorer 10, Internet Explorer 9
Original KB number:   308260

Summary

When you receive script errors, webpages may not be displayed or work correctly in Internet Explorer.

When script errors occur in Internet Explorer, you may receive following error messages:

Problems with this Web page might prevent it from being displayed properly or functioning properly. In the future, you can display this message by double-clicking the warning icon displayed in the status bar.

If you select Show Details, you may see detailed information about the following errors:

The following warning message may also appear in ndis_internal_error - - 0x0000004f Internet Explorer Status bar:

Done, but with errors on page.

This problem occurs because the HTML source code for the webpage doesn't work correctly with client-side script, such as Microsoft JScript or Microsoft Visual Basic script. This problem may occur for one or more of the following reasons:

  • A problem exists in the HTML source code of the webpage.
  • The web page is using newer technologies that are not supported by Internet Explorer.
  • The web page is using client-side visual basic script - that is deprecated.
  • Active scripting, ActiveX controls, or Java programs are blocked on your computer or on the network. Internet Explorer or another program, such as antivirus programs or firewalls, can be configured to block Active scripting, ActiveX controls, or Java programs.
  • Antivirus software is configured to scan your Temporary Internet Files or Downloaded Program Files folders.
  • Internet-related folders on your computer are corrupted.
  • Your video card drivers are corrupted or outdated.

Note

Server-side scripts such as Visual Basic scripts in Active Server Pages (ASP) run on a web server. Script errors that occur because of server-side script failures do not produce error messages in Internet Explorer, but they may create a webpage that does not display or work correctly. The troubleshooting information in this article applies to client-side script errors. Contact the administrator of the web server if you suspect that a problem affects a server-side script.

These methods listed in this article may help you troubleshoot the internet explorer-error script in this page errors that are caused by files or settings on your computer. For quick visual instructions about how to troubleshoot script errors in Internet Explorer, watch this video:

Resolution

Note

Microsoft encourages you update your system with the latest windows update available. For more information about Windows Update, see FAQ.

Step 1: Make sure that script errors occur on multiple webpages

If the only sign of this problem is the error message, and the websites are working, you can probably ignore the error. Also, if the problem occurs on one or two webpages, the problem may be caused by those pages. If you decide to ignore the errors, you can disable script debugging. To do it, internet explorer-error script in this page, select the Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer) checkbox in Internet Options > Advanced > Browsing settings.

Note

If this problem occurs on more than one or two sites, don't disable script debugging.

Step 2: Make sure that the problem is caused internet explorer-error script in this page files or settings on your computer

To narrow down the source of the problem, use another user account, another browser, or another computer to view the webpages that triggered the script error.

If the script error doesn't occur when you view the webpage through another user account, in another browser, or on another computer, the problem may be caused by files or settings on your computer. In this situation, follow the methods in this article to resolve this problem:

After you complete each method, try to open a webpage on which you previously received a scripting error. If you don't receive the error, the problem is resolved.

Method 1: Verify that Active Scripting, ActiveX, internet explorer-error script in this page, and Java are not being blocked by Internet Explorer

Active scripting, ActiveX, and Java are all involved in shaping the way that information is displayed on a webpage. If these features are blocked on your computer, it may disrupt the display of the webpage. You can reset your Internet Explorer security settings to make sure these features aren't blocked. To do it, follow these steps:

  1. Start Autoenrollment 15 error windows xp Explorer.

  2. On the Tools menu, select Internet Options. If you can't see the Tools menu, press Alt to display the menus.

  3. In the Internet Options dialog box, internet explorer-error script in this page, select the Security tab.

  4. Select Default Level > OK.

    Note

    ActiveX controls and Java programs are turned off in the High security level in Internet Explorer.

    Screenshot of the Internet Options Window. Under the Security tab, select Default Level.

Method 2: Remove all temporary Internet files

Every time that you open a browser to view a webpage, your computer stores a local copy of that webpage in a temporary file. If the size of the temporary Internet files folder becomes too large, some display problems may occur when you open webpages. Periodically clearing the folder might help to resolve the problem.

To remove all the temporary Internet-related files for Internet Explorer.

  1. Start Internet Explorer.

  2. On the Tools menu, select Internet Options. If you can't see the Tools menu, press Alt to display the menus.

  3. Select the General tab.

  4. Under Browsing History, select Delete.

    Screenshot of the Internet Options Window. Under the Geneal tab, in Browsing history section, Delete button is highlighted.

  5. In the Delete Browsing History dialog box, select the following check boxes, and then select Delete:

    • Temporary Internet Files
    • Cookies
    • History

    Screenshot of the Delete Browsing History Window. Temporary Internet Files, Cookies, and History options are checked.

  6. Select Close, and then select OK to close the Internet Options dialog box.

Method 3: Install the latest software updates for Windows

To stay up to date, select the Start button > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update, and then select Check for updates.

Advanced debugging

This section is intended for more advanced computer users. It includes three methods to help resolve the problem.

Method 1: Verify that active scripting, activeX, and java are not blocked by an antivirus program or by a firewall

Scripts, ActiveX controls, and Java programs help shape the way a webpage is displayed, internet explorer-error script in this page. If these features are blocked, it may disrupt the display of webpages.

To make sure that scripts, ActiveX controls, and Java programs aren't blocked, see the documentation for the firewall or antivirus program that you use. Then make any necessary changes.

Method 2: Verify that your antivirus program isn't set to scan the Temporary Internet Files or the Downloaded Program Files folders

If an antivirus program interprets a script as a virus, and prevents it from running, a script error may occur. To prevent this issue, make sure that the antivirus program isn't scanning the Temporary Internet Files folder or the Downloaded Program Files folder.

To prevent the program from scanning these folders, see the documentation for the antivirus program that you use. Then make any necessary changes. For adding exclusions to Windows Security in Windows 10 environments review, Add an exclusion to Windows Security.

Method 3: Turn off Smooth Scrolling

If you experience a video display problem, the Smooth Scrolling feature may cause a script to be timed incorrectly. It can generate a script error. To turn off the Smooth Scrolling feature in Internet Explorer, follow these steps:

  1. Start Internet Explorer.
  2. On the Tools menu, select Internet Options, internet explorer-error script in this page. If you can't see the Tools menu, press Alt to display the menus.
  3. On the Advanced tab, clear the Use Smooth Scrolling check box.
  4. Select OK, and then exit Internet Explorer.

Note

If this resolves the problem, check whether there is an updated driver available for your video adapter. To obtain an updated driver, internet explorer-error script in this page, contact the manufacturer of your video adapter or of your computer.

More information

Procedure to turn off notification about every script error in Internet Explorer

  1. Start Internet Explorer.

  2. On the Tools menu, select Internet Options, internet explorer-error script in this page. If you can't see the Tools menu, press Alt to display the menus.

  3. On the Advanced tab, clear the Display a notification about every script error box, and then select OK.

    Screenshot of Internet Options window. Under the <a href=Error context inter-pro client tab, Display a notification about every script error check box is cleared.">

Troubleshooting Script Errors when printing from Internet Explorer

If you try to print a webpage in Internet Explorer, you may receive a script error that resembles the following example:

Generally, outdated printer drivers can cause problems when you print from Internet Explorer. To resolve these problems, try updating to the latest printer driver for your printer.

To resolve this issue, follow the steps in Fix printer problems in Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 to check your printer and update the printer driver.

Important

In some cases, an updated version of the driver may not be available through Windows Update. You may have to visit the manufacturer's website to locate and download the latest printer driver for your printer.

If you can't print or preview a webpage in Internet Explorer, see the following article:

Unable to print or view the print preview of a webpage in Internet Explorer.

WinDownload

Bug: Internet Explorer script errors are generated when running any geoprocessing tool from ArcToolbox on some systems canon c000 error help implement folder redirection

Description

Note: This issue is fixed in ArcGIS Desktop 10.6.

On some systems that implement Folder Redirection and Roaming Profiles, an Internet Explorer Script error is generated when running any Geoprocessing tool in ArcToolbox. The error is similar to the screen shot below:

An error has occurred in the script of this page.

The error usually appears three times, then the tool opens successfully.

Cause

This is a known issue. A permanent solution was implemented in ArcGIS Desktop 10.6, for previous versions, use the following workarounds.

Note: If similar error messages are being returned but Folder Redirection or Roaming Profiles are not being implemented, refer to the article in the Related Information section below.

Workaround

For version 9.x and earlier, use the following steps.

  1. Close ArcMap and ArcCatalog.
  2. Download the following compressed ZIP file: ver9x.zip.
  3. There are two files in the ZIP file: MdDlgContent.xsl and MdDlgHelp.xsl. Unzip the contents of the ZIP file to the desktop or a desired location on the hard drive.
  4. In Windows Explorer, navigate to the Stylesheets folder in the ArcGIS installation folder. This is usually located at:
C:\Program Files\ArcGIS\ArcToolbox\Stylesheets
  1. In the Stylesheets folder, rename MdDlgContent.xsl to MdDlgContent.xsl_old and rename MdDlgHelp.xsl to MdDlgHelp.xsl_old.
  2. Copy the two new files that were extracted from the ZIP file to the Stylesheets folder. The contents of the folder should look like the screen shot below.

The geoprocessing tools open without error.

The Stylesheets folder window displaying the extracted files.

For version 10.0 through 10.5, use the following steps:

  1. Close ArcMap and ArcCatalog.
  2. Download the following compressed ZIP file: ver10.zip.
Note: To download the ZIP file, copy and paste the link to a new browser.
  1. There are two files in the ZIP file: MdDlgContent.xsl and MdDlgHelp.xsl. Unzip the contents of the ZIP file to the desktop or a desired location on the hard drive.
  2. In Windows Explorer, navigate to the Stylesheets folder in the ArcGIS installation folder. This is usually located at:
C:\Program Files\ArcGIS\Desktop10.0\ArcToolbox\Stylesheets
  1. In the Stylesheets folder, rename MdDlgContent.xsl to MdDlgContent.xsl_old and rename MdDlgHelp.xsl to MdDlgHelp.xsl_old.
  2. Copy the two new files that were extracted from the ZIP file to the Stylesheets folder. The contents of the folder should look like the screen shot below.

The geoprocessing tools open without error.

The Stylesheets folder window displaying the extracted files.

Related Information

Last Published : 1/24/2022

Article ID: 000011008

Software: ArcGIS-ArcEditor 9.3.1, 9.3, 9.2, 10 ArcGIS-ArcInfo 9.3.1, 9.3, 9.2, internet explorer-error script in this page, 10 ArcGIS-ArcView 9.3.1, 9.3, 9.2, 10

Translation Feedback

How can we make this translation better?

Get notified about latest updates to this technical article?

Do you want to Unsubscribe?

Turning off scripting errors

You may find you get pop-up messages in some WebbIE applications and more generally in Internet Explorer that tell you about scripting errors on the web page. Generally, unless you are a web developer, you just don't care about these messages and don't want them to appear. Turning them off won't hurt the operation of any program, so here is how to turn off scripting error messages in Internet Explorer. These messages say things like "Errors on this webpage might cause it to work incorrectly."

The first thing to try is turning off these messages in Internet Explorer:

  1. Open Internet Explorer
  2. Open the Tools menu (Alt and T)
  3. Select the Internet Options item (O key)
  4. The Internet Options dialog has many tabs. You need the Advanced tab. Press Control and Tab until you get to the Advanced Tab (that's six presses for Internet Explorer 8)
  5. You should now be in a list, internet explorer-error script in this page, starting with Accessibility as the first item in Internet Explorer 8. This has the scripting options you want to change.
  6. Cursor down to "Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer)" and press Space until it is on.
  7. Cursor down to "Disable script debugging (Other)" and press Space until it is on.
  8. Cursor down to "Display a notification about every script error" and press Space until it is off.
  9. Press the Return key to close the Internet Options dialog. You should now have turned off the scripting errors.

Not worked? Here are some other things you can try:

  • Update Internet Explorer. You should be on the latest Internet Explorer, it's safer and better. You can get it from Windows Update. Start Internet Fujitsu write error smart, Alt and T for the Tools menu, then cursor down to Windows Update.
  • Change your antivirus program. These cause no end of trouble.
  • Set your Internet Explorer Security settings to Default. You do this again in the Internet Explorer Tools menu, Internet Options, Security tab, and click Default Level.
  • Delete your Internet Explorer temporary files and cookies and history. Internet explorer-error script in this page Options, General tab. This will mean you'll have to re-enter your username and password in places where you've saved it, so make sure you know them all before you try this.

Still no good? There are two a Microsoft Support Knowledgebase Articles, How to troubleshoot script errors in Internet Explorer on Windows-based computers from which I've taken some of the above, and Fix runtime errors in Internet Explorer, which have more suggestions and approaches.

Learn to Fix Internet Explorer Script Error [2021]

"I am facing script error internet explorer in Windows 11. The error appears whenever I open an e-commerce website, internet explorer-error script in this page. I have searched communication error minecraft ways to fix internet explorer script errors, but I couldn't understand any of them. Is there any internet explorer script error fix?"

Have you been in a similar situation where your internet explorer stopped working due to long script errors? Many users have found themselves in a similar scenario. However, there are solutions to fix this problem.

Reading this article will help you to troubleshoot the internet explorer script error and fix it. Also, you will learn some common reasons that cause internet explorer script errors in various versions of the Windows operating system.


How Does Internet Explorer Script Error Occur?

internet explorer script error

"An error has occurred in the script on this page."

If you are reading this article, you must be familiar with the above statement. It is one of the error messages that appear in internet explorer due to a scripting error. The popup window that shows this message is annoying, but it also stops you from browsing the website.

But why this error comes in the first place? Let's see some reasons below.

1. Some common reasons that cause script error

A script error, when it occurs in internet explorer, internet explorer-error script in this page, disrupts your web browsing. The internet explorer script error has been present in Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, and Windows 11. There can be different reasons why this error comes.

  • Web Page Source Code: To browse websites and web applications, you use different browsers such as chrome, firefox, internet explorer, etc. What happens behind the scenes is that your browser sends a request to the webserver. Rx frame error proteus webserver, in return, sends the webpage as a response. A webpage is made of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) code. Your install error 1607 then interprets the code and shows you the elements on the screen. However, an incorrect HTML code can cause scripting errors, and it can disrupt your whole browsing process.
  • Unsupported Technology: There are many web technologies out there that are used to build and develop websites and web applications today. Most of the time, script error comes during browsing when you browse a website using a technology that your browser does not support. So make sure you are using an updated version of a web browser that can handle newer web development technologies.
  • Deprecated Visual Basic Script: There are different types of scripts. A script can be JavaScript, Visual Basic Script, or any other. If you are unfamiliar with these terms, there is no need to worry. In simpler terms, scripts are a type of computer code supposed to run on the client-side (meaning your computer). Its purpose is to provide functionalities to you. Suppose you are trying to access a website that uses Visual Basic Script. In that case, you will run into scripting errors because Visual Basic script is deprecated in current web development standards. Meeting the standards is very important for web developers. A non-standardized website can cause a lot of problems for its users.
  • Blocked Programs: Websites and Web Applications uses Active Scripting, internet explorer-error script in this page, ActiveX internet explorer-error script in this page, and Java Programs. If a website uses any of them and is blocked on your computer, you will find yourself with a scripting error. Therefore, they must be enabled to avoid any scripting error in your internet explorer browser.
  • Antivirus Programs: Since the script is a computer code that runs on your computer, it can also be harmful. A harmful script can do malicious operations on your computer without your permission. Antiviruses are meant to protect against such actions by website scripts. You may be facing an error because your antivirus blocked the website scripts from running, resulting in a scripting error.
  • Outdated Video Card Drivers: Another common reason for scripting errors can be your video card drivers. Video card drivers are meant to manipulate the graphics of the websites that you are visiting. If your drivers are outdated, it can also result in a scripting error.
  • 3rd Party Browser Extensions: A browser functionality can be enhanced using different extensions. These extensions have the functionalities that they perform within the browser. If you are using some untrusted third-party extension, there are high chances that it can also cause a scripting error. Therefore, internet explorer-error script in this page, it is recommended to download extensions only from trusted and reliable sources.

These are some of the reasons that cause a script error in internet explorer, internet explorer-error script in this page. The good news is you can deal with this issue. Our article will help you in upcoming sections to fix this issue with a simple step-by-step guide.

2. Some script error messages

internet explorer runtime script error

There are multiple types of script error messages that you can face with the Windows operating system. You can see the below list if your script error message lies down or not.

  • "Errors on this webpage might cause it to work incorrectly."
  • "A Runtime Error has occurred. Do you wish to debug?"
  • "Internet Explorer Script Error. An error has occurred in the script on line 1. Do you wish to continue running scripts on this page?"
  • "A script on this page is causing Internet Explorer to run slowly. If it continues to run, your computer may become unresponsive. Do you want to abort the script?"
  • "An error has occurred in the script on this page."

These are some of the script errors you will usually face while browsing your internet explorer browser. But, don't worry, these error messages can be sorted and fixed using simple solutions.


Troubleshoot Internet Explorer Script Error

Understanding what a scripting error is, the causes of a script error, and different types of scripting errors can help you trouble internet explorer script errors. Our article will present the best methods that can help you deal with this issue. Make sure error requested content vkontakte.ru/feed cannot be resolved follow these solutions step-by-step.

1. Disable Script Debugging

A widespread scripting error "not responding due to a long-running script" can be solved easily by using this method. However, it is not limited to only this scripting error. Disabling the script debugging stops your browser from showing you the script errors popup.

Follow the below steps to disable script debugging in internet explorer.

Step 1: Launch your internet explorer browser.

Step 2: Select Internet Options from Tools in your internet explore. (you can see tools as a gear icon in your internet explorer)

Step 3: Select the Advanced tab.

Step 4: Check "Disable Script Debugging" from the displayed list.

disabling script from the advanced menu

Step 5: Click on Apply settings button to save the modifications.

Step 6: Click on the OK button.

Restart your error code 80072ee7 windows mobile after doing all the steps, and it will fix your script internet explorer-error script in this page message in internet explorer.

2. Reset Internet Explorer

When you reset internet explorer, it goes back to its initial state, and hence there is a high chance that the script error will not appear again. But consequently, you will lose all the saved settings of your internet explorer. So make sure you reset internet explorer only if you don't have any critical saved settings such as accounts logins, internet explorer-error script in this page, passwords, etc.

Step 1: Launch your internet explorer.

Step 2: Select Internet Options from Tools in your internet explore.

Step 3: Select the internet explorer-error script in this page tab.

Step 4: Click the Reset button in the Reset Internet Explorer Settings.

.resetting internet explorer in windows

Step 5: Wait for the process to complete.

Step 6: Click on Apply settings button.

Step 7: Click on the internet explorer-error script in this page button.

Step 8: Restart your PC.

Once your system loads up after restarting, try browsing websites again in your internet explorer that were causing scripting errors.

3. Use Internet Explorer Performance Troubleshooter

A straightforward way to fix internet explorer issues is by using its performance troubleshooter. The internet explorer performance troubleshooter runs automatically and applies the needed fixes. Some users have also reported that their internet explorer script issue has been resolved using an internet explorer troubleshooter.

Step 1: Download the internet explorer performance troubleshooter.

You can download it from the official website of Microsoft.

Step 2: Press the Win + R key and type Control Panel in the Run prompt.

Pressing that, the control panel will open in classic view. Please click on the view by button to change it to large icons.

control panel view by large icons

Step 3: Select Troubleshooting from the displayed options.

Step 4: Click on reveal all built-in troubleshooting of your Windows 10.

Step 5: Select Troubleshooters for internet explorer.

control panel view, selecting troubleshooting options

Step 6: Double click on Internet Explorer Performance troubleshooter.

On double-clicking, it will run automatically to fix the issues.

4. Update the Application Causing a study in terror Problem

The prior section, where causes were mentioned for the script error problem, explained that your outdated internet explorer could be causing problems 554 5.4.0 error too many hops you. To fix that, update the internet explorer application. Just click the Start button > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update. Upon reaching that, click on check for updates options.

checking for feature and program update

5. Remove All Temporary Internet Files and Reset Apps

Your web browsers use a cached copy to make the browsing faster for the user. Every time you visit a web page, it makes its local copy and stores it in your computer as a temporary file.

When the temporary files folder sizes become too big, the problems start appearing. Your internet explorer may run into issues such as scripting error issues. To resolve this, clear the temporary internet files. Follow the steps:

Step 1: Launch your internet explorer.

Step 2: Select Internet Options from Tools gameguard + error your internet explore.

Step 3: Select the General tab.

Step 4: In the Browsing History section, select the Delete button.

selecting the delete button in internet options

Step 4: Select the Temporary Internet Files, Cookies, and History checkboxes and select the Delete button.

selecting the temporary internet files, cookies, and history option in the delete window

Step 5: Click on Apply settings internet explorer-error script in this page 6: Click on the OK button.

Step 7: Restart your PC.

6. Turn off Smooth Scrolling

During your website browsing, any video display problem can be because of the smooth scrolling feature script. The smooth scrolling feature can generate a script error in your internet explorer. Some users have fixed the problem by disabling this feature. Here is how to do it:

Step 1: Launch your internet explorer.

Step 2: Select Internet Options from Tools in your internet explore.

Step 3: Select the Advanced tab.

Step 4: Uncheck Use Smooth Scrolling Checkbox.

Step 5: Click on Apply settings button.

Step 6: Click on the OK button.

Step 7: Restart your PC.

Summarizing

The problem of running into script errors with internet explorer is commonly occurring. However, the fixes are available. Trying the above-enlisted methods helps you get rid of the problem.

Most of the time, the internet script error does not come from your end but website developers. The minimum you can do to eliminate the error in such cases is to upgrade your internet explorer browser.

But, if the problem is at your end, you need to choose a suitable method for your case. The first one is running the automated Windows troubleshooter. Most users can fix the issue by resetting the internet explorer or deleting the temporarily stored internet files. That's why it is the second most recommended solution for fixing internet explorer script errors in Windows.

deleted data recovery

Recoverit Data Recovery - The Best Computer Recovery Software

  • Recover all of your data from USB Drive empty due to various reasons like Malware attack, corruption, accidental deletes, damage, etc.
  • Restore data from all kinds of storage drives like USB Drive, SD card, SSDs, HDDs, Floppy Disks, Pen Drive, etc.
  • Preview files before recovering.
  • Higher recovery rate than other data recovery tool.

More Information About This Issue

Security Risks with Websites Scripts

Website scripts can make your computer vulnerable. Since scripts are meant to run on the client's computer, they can perform actions on your behalf. The code written in the script can be dangerous. Here are the few security risks that can occur:

  1. Browser's Data Stealing: The automated scripts can run and steal data from your browser. A bad script can hack your saved passwords, account details and misuse them for various purposes. The best way o deal with this is not to visit unreliable sites and use an active antivirus that helps to provide a firewall for your web activity.
  2. Destroying Computer: A malicious script can run through your whole computer. It can Delete and format your data or performing unnecessary actions that can damage your computer, internet explorer-error script in this page. These script codes can run through your browser to your computer. You can also avoid that by using updated antivirus software programs and frequently scanning your PC.
  3. Unnecessary Actions: Few of the malicious script codes can even store themselves in your browser. They can do actions on your web activity without you knowing anything. These script programs can automatically post stuff to your social accounts and even use your account to do online transactional processing. Make sure never to allow any unfamiliar script to run in your browser.

The frequently occurring internet explorer script error in Windows 11/10/8/7 versions is not that hard to fix. Our well-researched and implemented solutions help to fix this error in simpler terms. However, there are few tips that you can follow to prevent the internet explorer script error in the future.

Tips to Prevent Internet Explorer Script Error in Future

  1. Use Updated Software Version: The primary cause of script errors is when your browser fails to execute the website's client-side scripts. The first and foremost step to avoid the internet explorer script error in Windows is to update your internet explorer. Therefore, internet explorer's timely updates can avoid future script errors.
  2. Remove Script Debugging: Internet explorer script errors are annoying. You have to deal with sudden popups during browsing and also deal with browsing lags due to them. So, you can remove script debugging alerts from your internet explorer. It would prevent internet explorer from giving annoying popups. However, suppose you feel some primary functionality of some websites is not working for you. In that case, you must update your browser.
  3. Visit Secure Websites: Untrusted and unreliable websites cause script errors in internet explorers and other browsers. These websites are not developed with high web standards and can cause problems to their visitors. The best approach is to visit only trusted official websites. You can add an extension in your browser to check each website before seeing them. It helps to avoid any script errors. Also, a pro tip is to visit websites that have HTTPS in their web address. HTTPS is a security protocol that is secure and makes a website reliable.
  4. Update Programs: Updating your internet explorer is not enough to avoid internet explorer script errors in Windows. Despite updating that, you also have to update programs needed by the browser to execute scripts. These programs can be JAVA programs, ASP programs, etc. Although they come with an automatic update, you can also manually check for their updates.

Conclusion

Internet explorer script error has been here for a long time, internet explorer-error script in this page. It was present in almost all the recent versions of Windows. If you understand why the script error comes and what causes it then you won't have much trouble fixing the error. But, internet explorer-error script in this page, due to its long presence, there are very reliable solutions now to fix it.

Also, whenever you face internet explorer-error script in this page explorer script error, your utmost priority should be to run an runtime error 2110 ms access internet explorer performance troubleshooter. It fixes most of the problems automatically, internet explorer-error script in this page. So, you don't have to jump and look into other solutions.

Download

Fix: An Error Has Occurred in the Script On This Page

An Error Has Occurred in the Script of this page pop-up is known to occur while using Microsoft Teams and other programs that use IE scripts.

An Error Has Occurred in the Script On This Page

An Error Has Occurred in the Script On This Page

An Error Autodesk maya 2012 starting error Occurred in the Script On This Page pop-up can occur on a Windows 7, 8 or 10 computer due to various reasons, ranging from background running Apps, unregistered urlmon.dll file to JavaScript being disabled.

You should be able to fix this error using any of the following methods, depending on the reason for this scripting error on your computer.

1. Register urlmon.dll File

urlmon.dll File is used by Dynamic Link Library (DLL) files required for proper functioning of many windows programs installed on your computer.

Right-click on the Start button and click on Run. In Run Command window, type Regsvr32 urlmon.dll and click on OK.

Register urlmon.dll File Using Run Command

If the procedure is successful, you will see a confirmation reading “DllRegisterServer urmon.dll succeeded”.

2. Close Background Apps

Apps like Skype, OneDrive and others are known to keep running in the background and these can interfere with other programs.

Hence, logout of Skype, OneDrive and other active programs that are not currently being using on your computer.

Right-click on the Start button and select Task Manager. On Task Manager screen, select the Processes tab > right-click on the Program or Process that you want to internet explorer-error script in this page and click on End task.

Close Programs Using Task Manager

Now, try to open Microsoft Teams or the Program that was giving scripting error notifications on your computer.

3. Disable Startup Items

Right-click on the Start button and select Task Manager in the WinX menu.

On Task Manager screen, select the Startup tab > right-click on the Items (one-by-one) and click on Disable.

internet explorer-error script in this page alt="Disable Startup Programs Using Task Manager" width="569" height="262">

Restart the computer > open Microsoft Teams and login.

4. Enable JavaScript

Although, JavaScript is associated with many security issues, it is widely used and required for proper functioning of websites and many programs installed on your computer.

Hence, make sure that the option to use JavaScript is enabled in the web browser that you are using on your computer.

If you are using Google Chrome browser, refer to this guide: How to Enable JavaScript in Chrome Browser. If you are still using Internet Explorer, refer to windows 8 virtualbox error code 0x0000005d guide: How to Enable JavaScript in Internet Explorer.

Note: In rare cases, the problem could be due to the installation of JavaScript being damaged or corrupted on your computer.

5. Disable Third Party Browser Extensions

Type Internet Options in the search bar and click on Internet Options (Control Panel).

Open Internet Options

On the Internet Options screen, select the Advanced tab > scroll down to Browsing section and uncheck Enable third party browser extensions option.

Disable Third Party Browser Extensions

Restart your computer to implement this change.

6. Reset Internet Explorer

If the above solutions did not work, it is likely that some of the Internet settings are conflicting with proper functioning of Internet Explorer.

Type Internet Options in the search bar and click on Internet Options (Control Panel).

On the Internet Options internet explorer-error script in this page, click on the Advanced tab and click on the Reset… button located under Reset Internet Explorer Settings section.

Reset Internet Explorer

On the next screen, select Delete Personal Settings option and click on the Reset button.

Reset Internet Explorer Settings and Delete Personal Settings

7. Hide Script Errors

Type Internet Options in the search bar and click on Internet Options (Control Panel).

On Internet explorer-error script in this page Properties screen, select Advanced tab > scroll down to Browsing section and Uncheck Display a notification about every script error option.

Disable Scripting Error Notifications

Also uncheck Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer), uncheck Disable script debugging(other) and click on Apply.

0 Comments

Leave a Comment