How to Fix a Script Error on a Computer
Script error is a common runtime error that takes place in Microsoft Internet Explorer. It occurs while you are browsing the Web and trying to open a web page that has faulty HTML or Java code. Internet Explorer is designed to debug script errors and when it is unable to do so, IE displays script error messages. You may choose to change certain settings in order to get rid of the script error messages permanently.
Launch Internet Explorer from the Start menu.
Click on "Tools" from the top menu. Choose "Internet Options." It should be the very last option in the "Tools" drop-down menu.
Hit the "Advanced" tab. Scroll down the list of options until you see the heading "Browsing."
Click to check the "Disable Script debugging (Internet Explorer)" check box.
Click to check the "Disable Script debugging (Other)" check-box.
Hit "Apply." Hit "OK."