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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Leo_Moon, Apr 17, 2004.

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  1. Leo_Moon

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    I am trying to fix a problem that keeps happening when I open a web page I get a message that says " An error has occurred in the script on this page. " this happens all the time . How can I fix this? Please Help!!!
     
  2. mobo

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    Do you have java installed ?
     
  3. Leo_Moon

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    I don't know if I have java installed where would I check
     
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    Ok I am running WinXP, IE 6.0 And SP.1. Java came with IE 6.0 sowhat else could make couse these errors in script
     
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    Leo,
    Try this, open Internet Explorer, on the menu go to 'Tools', then 'Internet Options', click the 'Advanced' tab, then under 'Browsing' put a check by 'Disable script debugging' and remove the check by 'Displat a notification about every script error'. This should stop your error message, those error messages are caused by the web page, not your browser. HTH
     
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    still not working right on certain web pages, i get a internet explorer script error telling me their is an error in the script on this page. it will tell me the "Line" and the "Error. What is this exactly? I have tryed to uninstall "java virtual machine" and reinstalled it it work for a few mins.and then it started doing it again, and it makes opening a web page take a lone time.
    Thanks
     
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    Leo,
    Did you 'Disable script debugging'? Also, uncheck 'Display a notification about every script error'. Like I said before those error messages you are getting are caused by bad code in a website, they're not being *caused* by your browser. If that doesn't stop it I'm stumped. Anyone else got an idea??
     
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