This is faster than opening the Control Panel anyway. If you click "No" to not run scripts, then most likely the web site will not render as expected and lack something the web site designers consider important. Wait I'll take Finger's advice above and install Firefox and get my favourites file that way. Morne => Windoze….the lame alternative Dan says October 15, 2010 at 5:31 pm Having worked for months to find a solution to the erroneous "script error" messages, I tried Carl's method(#16) http://shpsoftware.com/script-error/internet-explorer-scripts-error.php
What are they and what can I do?Please help. Guess I've totally forgot to mention that it isn't working at all. I'm using IE11 just fine on Windows 7. You will then need to restart your computer. learn this here now
If I could just un-crash it or unfreeze it so it can work, maybe I'd get somewhere. Also ensure there is no check mark in "Display a notification about every script error".IE Reset does not revert it to a previous version and sometimes fixes issues (although look at Off-Topic Tags How-tos Drivers Ask a Question Computing.NetForumsSecurity and VirusSpyware Solved Why does Script Error keep popping up in Internet Explorer? Internet Explorer is set to automatically debug the Web sites it visits.