How to Fix Script Errors for Free

By Jason Candanedo

Each Website is composed of script: a list of programming commands that enable it to run. The Windows operating systems utilizes 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 customize Internet Explorer to prevent the error from occurring on your end.

Things You'll Need

  • Internet Explorer Browser

Step 1

Open the Internet Explorer web browser by double clicking on the application icon found in the Windows desktop screen.

Step 2

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.

Step 3

Select and click on "Advanced," which is a tab on top of the “Internet Options” dialog box. The “Settings” list will appear on screen.

Step 4

Scroll through the list and find the "Disable Script Debugging" and "Display a Notification About Every Script Error" options. Remove the check marks from these two options.

Step 5

Click on "Apply" and “OK” to save changes and to close the dialog box.