Hi When I log in windows wants to run a start up script every time which take ages to run, is there any way to speed it up or a solution to this problem? This only happens on one account, I am able to log in with another user name and load up quite quickly. I have also tried to recreate the user profile by renaming the old profile, I am using a windows XP computer.
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Anonymous, we'll need a whole lot more information in order to help you. "Scrip" means "money", so I'm guessing you mean "script", which is a series of commands. The script might be in your browser, in your word processor, or in some other program, or it might be directly in Windows. We can't tell from your description. What is the actual message you're seeing, and when do you see it?
Fix Windows Script Host If you are experiencing script host issues, you might notice error messages such as "Library not registered." Script host issues occur when scripting components do not exist in the Windows registry, according to Microsoft. Your version of Windows determines how the missing scripting components affect your system. You can repair script host problems by using your PC's native features. Press the "Windows" key. Type "cmd" in the dialog box and press "Enter." This will open the Command Prompt. Type the following commands at the prompt one at a time and press "Enter:" regsvr32 %systemroot%\system32\vbscript.dll regsvr32 %systemroot%\system32\jscript.dll regsvr32 %systemroot%\system32\dispex.dll regsvr32 %systemroot%\system32\scrobj.dll regsvr32 %systemroot%\system32\scrrun.dll regsvr32 %systemroot%\system32\wshext.dll regsvr32 %systemroot%\system32\wshom.ocx Exit the Command Prompt. b> Register Components on 64-bit Systems b> Press the "Windows" key. Type "cmd" in the dialog box and press "Enter." This will open the Command Prompt. Type the following commands at the prompt one at a time and press "Enter:" %systemroot%\system32\regsvr32 %systemroot%\system32\vbscript.dll %systemroot%\system32\regsvr32 %systemroot%\system32\jscript.dll %systemroot%\system32\regsvr32 %systemroot%\system32\dispex.dll %systemroot%\system32\regsvr32 %systemroot%\system32\scrobj.dll %systemroot%\system32\regsvr32 %systemroot%\system32\scrrun.dll %systemroot%\system32\regsvr32 %systemroot%\system32\wshext.dll %systemroot%\system32\regsvr32 %systemroot%\system32\wshom.ocx Exit the Command Prompt. Enable Windows Script Host b> Windows Script Host is an administration tool by Microsoft that creates an environment for hosting scripts. According to Microsoft, Script Host will manage security and invoke the proper script engine. Script Host comes standard on all Windows operating system versions 98 and later. Therefore, you can easily enable Script Host on your computer. Go to the Windows Desktop. Click on the "Start" button. Select "Run" from the menu of options and icons that opens. Type the word "regedit" into the text box of the Run window and then click "OK." The Registry Editor window will appear. Select "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows Script Host\Settings" from the folders on the left of the Registry Editor window. Double click on "Enabled" in the window pane to the right. Set the Value to 1. Return to the folders list in the Registry Editor. Select the folder "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows Script Host\Settings." Again double click on "Enabled" in the window pane to the right and set the value to 1. That's it, you have successfully enabled Windows Script Host.
Common script errors messages can be eliminated by Clicking:
1. Open Internet Explorer.
2. On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
3. In the Internet Options dialog box, click Advanced.
4. Click to select the Disable script debugging check box.
5. Click to clear the Display a notification about every script error check box.
6. Click OK.
There are situations when a Web page contains script that takes an unusually long time to run.
There will be a warning message after a certain number of statements has been processed.
The solution is to increase the default number of statements,before the warning is given
1.Go to Start/Run/type :regedit
Open this key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\InternetExplorer\Styles
(If the Styles key is not present, create a new key that is called Styles.)
2.Right click anywhere in the right pane and create a new DWORD value called "MaxScriptStatements"
(copy and paste that in to the name box) and set the value to the desired number of script statements.
Try 8,000,000 to start with.
Be careful editing the registry.Back up the key first.
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it could be possible that The author of the webpage you are accessing has simply made some sort of programming error and this is typically the most common reason.or that You are possibly running a pop-up killer of some kind which closes the pop-up too quickly which causes the script of the website to fail and thus giving you the error because it didnt complete. possible You (still) have some sort of spyware or adware infection that tries to launch something such as a popup but causes script errors. this is the most likely issue in your situation.
1. Make sure your Anti-Virus software is up-to-date and then run a full system scan.
2. Try running a scan with other malware detection software. (Malwarebytes )
3. Be sure your are not running Rogue Anti-Virus software ( Security Center, Anti-Virus 2009, and Anti-Virus 2010).
4. Take a look into the Event Viewer to see the path of where the script is coming from. Some more detail may show up in the Event Viewer log)
5. Run windows updates and install any critical/important updates.
First let me explain. Each browser handles scripts (the stuff that make up web pages and stuff) differently. You have Notify Me of Script Errors turned "ON" on your computer, so you will be notified of every error or warning - even if it works fine.
FIX: To fix this, Go to your Control Panel (START > Control Panel) and, in Classic View (you can find that on the left panel), click Internet Options. In the tabs on the top, click "Advanced", and then find the category "Browsing". CHECK "Disable Script Debugging (Internet Explorer), and "Disable Script Debugging (Other)". UNCHECK "Display a notification about every script error".
Click OK, and then messenger should work fine. If it does it again, restart your computer, then it will work fine.