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After done the disable error reporting, the error is not showing, but internet explorer will automaticaly closed..... what is the reason ?

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Hi Kamaleshan,

You need to reset the internet explorer and the issue would be fixed.

Open the new internet explorer page and click on tools.
After done the disable error - holygrass_13.png
Select internet option from the drop down.
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Select advaced from the pop up as shown in the picture above.
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Click on reset and restart the internet explorer.

hope it helps.
Cheers!!

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