Solved Why does IE11 script error keep popping up in Windows 10?

July 22, 2016 at 15:09:28
Specs: Windows 10
Why: I had right now upgraded to Windows 10 from windows 7 and immediately began seeing script error popping up in IE

How: Windows 10 is extremely slow
Any solutions?
Thanks for advice


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✔ Best Answer
July 23, 2016 at 07:08:30
Go to IE > Internet Options > Advanced tab > Browsing heading. Ensure that both entries about Disabling script debugging are checked.

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#1
July 22, 2016 at 15:38:31
"Any solutions?"
Wait 2 or 3 days for the updates to finish.

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#2
July 22, 2016 at 16:57:30
Thank you,
I 'll wait, hopefully it

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#3
July 22, 2016 at 17:02:52
Slowly but surely it will get your W10 install into shape.

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#4
July 23, 2016 at 07:08:30
✔ Best Answer
Go to IE > Internet Options > Advanced tab > Browsing heading. Ensure that both entries about Disabling script debugging are checked.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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#5
July 23, 2016 at 07:31:07
Thanks,
so far I am still trying to be sure I didn't make a mistake by upgrading to windows 10

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#6
July 23, 2016 at 08:33:56
OK, it's just that only the other day #4 fixed that exact symptom. The poster tested it for some weeks before responding. There is no need for those entries to be checked anyhow.

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#7
July 23, 2016 at 12:32:34
Thank you very much, it works
You such a help for a very simple user

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#8
July 23, 2016 at 15:30:04
Nice work Derek.

"so far I am still trying to be sure I didn't make a mistake by upgrading to windows 10"
You haven't, hundreds of millions of happy users ( the silent majority )
There is a learning curve, like every other new operating system.


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#9
July 23, 2016 at 16:25:04
Dorap37
Good to hear.

I agree with Johnw. Although you have a month to change your mind I would give Windows10 your best try. It's not really such a fat lot different to Windows 7 so you should soon get the hang of it. In recent months I've found the upgrades have gone very well - most of the earlier bugs having now been sorted.

You can find answers to general questions in Google but if not don't be afraid to come back to this forum. No question is considered to be too simple, so just fire away if the need arises.

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#10
July 23, 2016 at 16:42:36
Derek is right about the bugs, but bugs are never ending. W7 / W8 are still getting bug fixes.
I installed W10 about 11 months ago on a separate drive. No problems, other than no driver was available for my very old printer.
I have W7 & W8 on the old spare drives, which I can connect when needed for printing & reference work, if I am repairing an W7 or W8 comp.

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#11
July 23, 2016 at 18:12:48
Thanks to you all for help and encouraging

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#12
August 7, 2016 at 10:14:48
I had script error message continously in my computer (Windows 10, IE 11). At last I bought Ashampoo Antivirus program (20 €). I installed it and run Analyze. It found 30 malwares and deleted them. Script error messages have disappeared.
7.8.2016 Martpert

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#13
August 7, 2016 at 12:08:17
martpert

Good hear but there are good freebies around if you know which ones.

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#14
August 19, 2016 at 00:04:21
If you whoever think this is solved you must be on cheep drugs I've had the popup 5 times by reading this solution, which I've tried on both my Pc's Nothing seems to work for me. If anyone does have the real solution please email me @ lesguenther@hotmail.com

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#15
August 19, 2016 at 05:48:38
Re #14

"If you whoever think this is solved you must be on cheAp drugs".

Forget the birds, that's too a broad assumption. It is quite possible that changing the settings will cure the problem for some but not others. There can be many different causes for the same fault symptoms on computers - go through these boards and you will see it (or change your own drugs).

We don't use email on here and if you leave your undisguised address on a forum you will get junk email forever. If anyone responds it will be on here. Helpers on this forum do so in their spare time so it is up to you to either make the effort to look back every now and then or set yourself up so that you get an email from the forum to say that there has been a response on this thread. You have to pay for nannies.

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#16
September 14, 2016 at 18:30:32
this actually did not work. Both disables are checked and I still get the pop ups. Every time I move my mouse one pops up?

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#17
September 14, 2016 at 18:40:39
Like I said in #15, works for some but not others.

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#18
September 16, 2016 at 20:12:47
Thanks Derek. Response to post # 14 and 15. What I described below worked for me

1. Click on the Gear symbol in IE
2. Select Internet options
3. Click on the advanced tab
4. Scroll down to the heading "Multimedia"
5. Under this Untick "Play animations in webpages"

No curses from you'll please. It worked for me. If it doesn't work for you then practise the maxim Failure is the stepping stone to success.


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#19
September 17, 2016 at 07:12:07
Re #18

Thanks for your useful input, I'll keep a note of that as a possible fix. It might help others googling in too. Not everyone runs into this issue - I haven't. I've no idea why they get singled out but that's computers for you I guess.

No curses from me LOL. I only react to snide remarks (cheap drugs etc), especially when the fix originally suggested has worked for many.

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#20
September 17, 2016 at 07:19:06
As I mentioned in another post Disable Play animations in Webpages option will only stop animated GIFs from playing in your web browser. I am not convinced it is the cure, if any, for IE11 Script error; the cure is to uninstall Google Toolbar.

i_Xp/Vista/W7/W10 User


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#21
September 20, 2016 at 20:00:04
As XpUser says, the only solution is to uninstall the Google toolbar. I had TERRIBLE script error issues, tried all the previous solutions, including disable Play Animations. None worked.

Removed Google Toolbar, and, voila, no more script errors. I now just have a link to Google on my desktop - takes a couple of seconds longer than the toolbar.

For me this only started when I upgraded to Win 10. Either Microsoft deliberately allowed Google Toolbar to pollute, or Google got greedy (all the 'script errors' were pop-ads, many from Google-related sites)


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#22
September 21, 2016 at 05:15:14
Yes, I'm sure the Google Toolbar is a likely culprit for many, or maybe most, users. Toolbars are generally a waste of space or malware and best avoided anyhow.

However, unchecking the entries in IE has helped folk out for years, even back before Google Toolbar came along. Clearly it only applies to IE users, as was the original poster on this thread. Debugging IE scripts is a not a necessary feature for most users.

The way I see it you have to find out the fix that works for you, which depends on your situation. This is a forum and all inputs that might be useful are welcome.

What I find offensive is when a simple fix that worked is given to a poster (see Best Answer in yellow) then someone comes along and says we are on drugs - see #14.

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#23
December 4, 2016 at 15:28:39
doesn't work tried that 100 times already

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#24
December 4, 2016 at 15:32:22
"doesn't work tried that 100 times already"

Try this.

Please download ZHPcleaner to your Desktop. If your default download location is not the Desktop, drag it out of it's location onto the Desktop.
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Antivi...
http://www.nicolascoolman.fr/?wpdmd...
Double click on ZHPCleaner to run the tool.
If you are using Windows Vista, 7, or 8; instead of double-clicking, right-mouse click ZHPCleaner and select "Run as Administrator".
Please click > J'accepte/IAgree
Then press ''Repair'' button.
Browsers will automatically shut down.
A logfile will automatically open after the scan has finished.
Please Copy & Paste the contents of that logfile with your next reply.


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#25
December 4, 2016 at 17:58:57
Re #23

If you want help it would be far better to start a new thread.

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#26
December 4, 2016 at 21:12:39
Note to all: Instead of Google tool bar, set your browser to have more than one home page where the second one is the standard Google page. There are no ads on it and it is instantly accessible when needed for searching. You can also set your search bar or address bar to use Google and only Google and search from there. Simple.

New posts please so your particular problem can be resolved for you. You can always include a link to this page to show what you already tried.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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