Each Website is composed of script: a list of programming commands that enable it to run. The Windows operating systems utilises the Visual Basic script. A script error occurs when your Web browser fails to translate script commands. The Website script can be fixed only by a Web developer, although you can customise Internet Explorer to prevent the error from occurring on your end.
Open the Internet Explorer web browser by double clicking on the application icon found in the Windows desktop screen.
Select and click on the "tools" option in the top menu bar of the Internet Explorer window. Click on the “Internet Options” in the drop-down menu. The “Internet Options” box will appear.
Select and click on "Advanced," which is a tab on top of the “Internet Options” dialogue box. The “Settings” list will appear on screen.
Scroll through the list and find the "Disable Script Debugging" and "Display a Notification About Every Script Error" options. Remove the ticks from these two options.
Click on "Apply" and “OK” to save changes and to close the dialogue box.
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