Question about Microsoft Internet Explorer 7
This is my second request for help. I have Internet Explorer. Am getting frequent yellow-box messages like: "An error has occurred in writing scripts to this page." An earlier Fixya response told me to load the latest version of Java. Did that. The yellow messages are still occuring, on web pages, emails...you name it. I always click "Continue Anyway" and sometimes they go away, sometimes they don't and I have to log out and start over. Anybody got any ideas? - Jeremy
Try resetting internet explorer settings in advanced tab of internet options at the bottom and also restore advanced settings. but beware you might lose saved passwords and autocomplete.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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In most cases, you can ignore them. Script error messages are
code on the website you are viewing. Occasionally a script error can be caused
by an error in downloading a webpage, but more often it is an error in the
To be sure it isn't an error in downloading, click the Refresh button, or press F5.
Internet Explorer refresh button
If the error persists, and you are not a developer testing a
website, you should click No to ignore the error.
To avoid script errors in the future, you can turn off script
debugging and notifications in Internet Explorer. Script error debugging and notifications are turned off by
default. If they have been turned on, follow these steps to turn them off
Click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options.
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