How to Stop Running a Script Error Report

By Jason Candanedo

Error reporting is a function that provides Microsoft with information on the rate of failure for its products. This reporting includes script errors. It can become annoying for the user to have to deal with their computer system reporting all errors, lockups and crashes to Microsoft. Windows provides a way to stop running an error report.

Step 1

Click on the "Start" button in the desktop and click on "Control Panel." You may have to click on "Switch to Classic View" under "Control Panel."

Step 2

Double-click on the "System" icon in the "Control Panel" to open the dialog box.

Step 3

Click on the "Advanced" tab and then click on "Error Reporting."

Step 4

Select the "Disable Error Reporting" option in the prompt dialog box.

Step 5

Click on the "OK" button.

Step 6

Click on "OK" to close out the dialog box and to initiate the change and to stop running the script error report.