Script errors occur when you are trying to open a Web page with incorrect HTML/Java coding. Your Web browser is designed to debug these errors. As a result, the browser generates script errors. These errors are not too serious. You can fix them easily from your PC's Internet Options Advanced menu. Note that you may require administrative privileges to perform this task.
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Click "Start," then click "Control Panel."
Click "Classic View" in the left pane.
Double-click "Internet Options."
Click the "Advanced" tab.
Scroll down until you locate the subsection "Browsing."
Single-click to put a check mark beside "Disable Script Debugging (Internet Explorer)." If you use any other Web browsers, single-click to put a check mark next to "Disable Script Debugging (Other)." You may check both options as a precaution.
Click "OK." Click "Apply."
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