I have Vista, IE 9, Service Pack 2. Disable Script debugging is checked. display script error message is unchecked. I get the message when I go to this site also. I have deleted all temporary internet files several times. Is this also happening with google Chrome and firefox? I have them, on my computer, but do not use them. Any ideas where to go with this?
(Solved) - Excessive "script error" messages.(14 posts)
Do not get them with Chrome, but I've used IE so long I can't find anything on Chrome. I did get all my IE bookmarks to come over, but can't find a home page icon or button. Several things I need, but can0't find. Search said use wrench icon and then options. Can't find options? Steep learning curve for me. Why are the the script warnings popping up on IE 9? They just started very recently.
O.K. I'm running IE explorer 64 bit with all add ons disabled. The script problem message is still coming. It pops up when I go to this web site, and then again when I go to this page I'm writing on.
Finally stopped the script warning messages by using the "no add ons" version. Don't know why it didn't work previously. I'm assuming it's a 32 bit version because it doesn't have the 64 bit label. Only problem is I now every time open internet explorer, I have to wade through a few messages telling me "add ons" are disabled. Why would this have just started recently. I've had the computer about 3 years.
Thanks for all the comments. I appreciate your input.
What that means is that the problem is in one of the add-ons. Now all you have to do is disable the errant add-on and go back to the regular 32-bit version. You can tell the version by ALT + H then About Internet Explorer. Start by disabling all add-ons (Tools->Manage Addons) but Flash and Java. Add back in gradually those you find you really need.
Ran through the entire list of add ons as you suggested and found (I hope) the culprit. The only add ons that started the script message again were Google Tool Bar and Google Tool Bar Helper.
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