How To Fix Script Errors On Windows 10/11

Script errors mostly occur when the script does not execute properly in the backend and it commonly occurs in web browsers or in the programming software. It can also occur when the software or application you are using is unable to load the script and complete the validation and execution of the script. Among other browsers, the issue is most commonly seen while using Internet explorer. In this article let us see the various methods to solve script errors in Windows. Try them and get rid of the problem. Let us start!

Method 1 – Disable The Script Debugging Option 

Step 1 – Open the run prompt using Windows + R keys together

Step 2 – Type inetcpl.cpl in the run prompt and hit enter. This will open the internet properties window

 

Ineet

 

Step 3 – In the opened window, go to the advanced tab

 

Advanced

 

Step 4 – Scroll down to find the browsing section, then enable Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer) and Disable script debugging (Other) options by clicking on the checkbox beside them (a tick mark should be present)

 

Disable Internet



 

Step 5 – Then click on ok

Step 6 – Restart the computer. Now check if the issue is solved.

 

Method 2 – Clear The Browser Cache And Reset The Application Causing Error

 

Clear browser cache

Step 1 – Open the browser that you are using. Here I will take Chrome as an example

Step 2 – At the top right corner of the browser click on three dots

 

Three Dots

 

Step 3 – From the list click on More tools and from the fly out option select clear browsing data

 

More Tools

 

Step 4 – Go to the basic tab and select browsing history, cookies and other site data, cached images and files options by clicking on the checkbox beside them (a tick mark should be present)

 

Cache

 

Step 5 – Also go to the advanced tab and select browsing history, download history, cookies and other site data, cached images and files options by clicking on the checkbox beside them (a tick mark should be present)

 

Advanced Tab

 

Step 6 – Then click on clear data button

 

Clear Data

 

Reset the application

Step 6 – Open the windows settings using Windows + I keys together

Step 7 – Click on apps

 

Apps

 

Step 8 – In the apps & features page, scroll down and find for the app. Click on it

Step 9 – There appears advanced options click on it and scroll down

 

Advanced Options

 

Step 10 – Then click on reset button. A pop up will appear again click on reset

 

Reset

 

Step11 – This will reset the application and you may need to sign in again whenever you want to use the app. Now check if the issue is resolved.

 

Method 3 – Allow Pop-ups In Your Browser

 

Step 1 – Open the browser that you are using. Here I will take Chrome as an example

Step 2 – At the top right corner of the browser click on three dots

Step 3 – From the list click on Settings

 

Settings

 

Step 4 – At the left side, click on privacy and security

 

Privacy Security

 

Step 5 – Then at the right side, click on site settings

 

Site Settings

 

Step 6 – Scroll down and click on pop-ups and redirects

 



Pop Up

 

Step 7 – Enable sites can send pop-ups and redirects option by clicking on the radio button beside it.

 

Site

 

Method 4 – Check And Install Windows Update

 

Step 1 – Open the windows settings using Windows + I keys together

Step 2 – Click on update & security

 

Update Security

 

Step 3 – On the left side, click on Windows update

Step 4 – And at the right, click on check for updates button

 

Updates

 

Step 5 – If there are any updates install them, else if there are no updates available it will show you’re now up to date

 

Method 5 – Disable Smooth Scrolling

 

Step 1 – Open the run prompt using Windows + R keys together

Step 2 – Type inetcpl.cpl in the run prompt and hit enter. It will open the internet properties window

 

Ineet

 

Step 3 – In the opened window go to the advanced tab

 

Advanced

 

Step 4 – Scroll down and find for browsing section

Step 5 – Uncheck the use smooth scrolling option by clicking on the checkbox beside it (a tick mark should not be present)

 



Smooth Scrolling

 

Step 6 – To save the changes click on ok

Step 7 – Restart your system and then check if the issue is resolved.

 

Method 6 – Reset The Internet Explorer’s Settings To Its Default

 

Step 1 – Open the run prompt using Windows + R keys together

Step 2 – Type inetcpl.cpl in the run prompt and hit enter. It will open the internet properties window

 

Ineet

 

Step 3 – In the opened window go to the advanced tab

 

Advanced

 

Step 4 – At the bottom in the reset internet explorer settings section, click on reset button.

 

Reset

 

Step 5 – Click on ok and restart your system. See if the error is gone.

 

That’s it! I hope the above provided information is useful and easy to understand. Let us know which of the above method you applied and made it work. Thank you and happy reading!!