Internet Explorer shows script error message all the time

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Hello,

Today, I am receiving the Internet Explorer Script Error message every time I boot my PC. I have configured Google Chrome as a default browser then why is IE showing this error message? I want to remove this error immediately. I really need your assistance to fix it.

Thanks in advance.

Script Error

An error has occurred in the script on this page.

Line: 13

Char: 3

Error: 's' is undefined

Code: 0

URL: https://www.norton.com/nmr

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Answered By 0 points N/A #172858

Internet Explorer shows script error message all the time

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Hello Marjorie,

  1. First, check to see if any particular webpage you visit causes these script errors to appear.  If only one or two websites are causing the issue, you can ignore the script error and disable script debugging (see the image below) by clicking on the START menu, choosing CONTROL PANEL, double-clicking on INTERNET OPTIONS, selecting the ADVANCED tab, finding BROWSING, and checking the box next to “Disable script bugging (Internet Explorer).” This will prevent the script error box from showing up. However, if the issue is occurring with more than two websites, proceed to Step 2.

  2. Make sure that Active scripting, ActiveX, and Java—all of which play a role in the way webpages are displayed—are not blocked on your computer. To do this, you will have to reset your Internet Explorer security settings by clicking INTERNET OPTIONS on the TOOLS menu in Internet Explorer, selecting the SECURITY tab, clicking DEFAULT LEVEL, and clicking OK. After resetting your browser, try to open a webpage. If the script error persists, proceed to Step 4.

  3. Your temporary Internet files folder may be too large, which can cause display errors. You will have to remove all temporary Internet files, and it will help to do this frequently. How you do this depends on what version of Internet Explorer you have. Click here for instructions on how to remove all temporary Internet files. If this does not resolve the problem, move on to Step 5.

  4. Install the most recent service pack or software upgrades for Internet Explorer if not already installed. You can do this update.microsoft.com. If you have a version of Windows older than Windows XP, download the Internet Explorer 6 Service Pack 1 here.

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