How to Fix Runtime Error 0

By Sam Orr

Run-time errors are errors of processing. They can be caused by software issues, over-clocking your computer, other running programs and viruses. A run-time error will usually close out of your web browser. Nevertheless, your system will occasionally reboot upon an error occurring. The errors can be ignored to allow the program to continue running through your browser's Tools menu.

Step 1

Select "Internet Options" from the Tools menu of your web browser. The Internet Options dialog is displayed.

Step 2

Click the "Advanced" tab at the top of the dialog box to expand the advanced Internet options.

Step 3

Check the box next to "Disable script debugging."

Step 4

Uncheck the box next to "Display a notification about every script error" in the same "Advanced" tab. Click "OK."

Tips & Warnings

  • If a run-time error is causing a program to lag and not close, or a run-time error is slowing your computer, press "Ctrl"+"Alt+"Delete" to launch the Task Manager and end the task that is slowing your computer.